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5 Ways Leaders Must Get their Hands Dirty in 2012

The future of American enterprise is heavily dependent upon the mindset, motivation and desire of its leaders. Whether you are a front line manager, director, executive or in the c-suite, 2012 is a defining year for America's economy. Your commitment to get your "hands dirty" is inextricably linked to the increased performance of workplace leadership. Here are five ways that leaders can get smarter about how to touch the business and people they serve.



Leadership Advice from the 2011 Top American Leaders

One might think that the seven leaders who were selected by Harvard's Kennedy School, in partnership with The Washington Post, as 2011's Top American Leaders would have little in common. The seven men and women hailed from diverse fields. But when it comes to ideas about leadership, the awardees had plenty in common.



Choose the Right Mentor to Advance Your Career

Having a great mentor can be extremely beneficial for career advancement. Choosing the best mentor for you, however, needs to be a strategic decision to ensure the relationship will help you move your career forward.



Want to Lead? Ask Tennyson and Shakespeare

Adam Bryant interviews Enrique Salem, president and CEO of Symantec, about the challenges of leading and managing.



Top 10 Career Tips For Young Professionals

A writer describes his top ten tips for a happy and successful career.



The New Rules of Mentoring

Finding a professional mentor can be a daunting task. The world is changing, and so is the way we communicate and work with one another. While mentoring still plays a critically important role, it has taken on new forms due to escalating workloads, increasing demand and changing technology considerations. This article explains fundamental shifts in the way that mentoring relationships work.



Young Professionals with Disabilities Host First Event

A group of young professionals with disabilities host first meeting to encourage peer networking, volunteerism and career guidance among those with disabilities.

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