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A Curious Introduction

A CURIOUS INTRODUCTION By Lyn Turknett My mother was curious – super curious. She was born early in the last century, but she had a …

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St. Patrick the Leader

For anyone who knows me well, it will be no surprise that I found myself wondering about the history of St. Patrick’s day as I …

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Highlights from Dr. Roling’s 360 GEM

Click here to read the highlights from Dr. Liz Roling’s SHRM-Atlanta 360 GEM.

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90% of Top Companies use Assessments for Senior Executives

Large organizations with strong talent management departments are leading a surge in the use of assessments. A recent Journal of Consulting Psychology article reports that …

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Why I Love Leadership Development

Valentine’s Day is here, and love is in the air! Due to these amorous circumstances, I thought I’d do a post about why I love …

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Inspired and Challenged to be a Better Global Citizen

Imagine being in a large room surrounded by a sea of incredible leaders and amazing fish that are so inspiring they make you want to …

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Guts, Empathy & Leadership Character: A Tribute to Antionette Tuff

A version of this post was read at the 2013 Turknett Leadership Character Awards luncheon: The Turknett Leadership Character Awards were created in 2003, as …

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Andy Lipman Featured in Atlanta Daybook

Wish For Wendy Softball Challenge and Silent Auction on October 26th. Read full article on Atlanta Daybook site.

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Jasmine Langevine Recognized as TIAW World of Difference Award Recipient

Former intern and Research Assistant at Turknett Leadership Group, Jasmine Adams Langevine, was recently selected as a 2013 TIAW World of Difference 100 Award recipient …

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Advancing Leadership Development for Women – What Works?

Dateline Orlando – Academy of Management By: Lyn Turknett I’m still “reporting” from the Academy of Management conference in Orlando – and thoroughly enjoying the …

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Five Lessons from Classroom Cheaters

Dateline Orlando – Academy of Management Conference I can’t imagine a better place to be than Disney right now. The attraction for me is not …

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Susan Hitchcock Speaks at Agnes Scott Community Forum

On Thursday, August 8, Susan Hitchcock spoke at the Agnes Scott College Community Forum, a campus gathering of staff and faculty at the launch of …

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Preventing Bad Apples in the Workplace

By: Liz Roling, Ph.D. The Wall Street Journal published an article titled “How a Few Bad Apples Ruin Everything,” explaining that “deadbeats (‘with-holders of effort’), …

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2012 News Archives

11/19/12 – Frank Skinner’s Moment Seeing 3-Year-Old Overcome with Hardship Ignited Accountability to Service from the Saporta Report 11/11/12 – Have You Met…Andy Christiansen?: The …

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Blind Spots: What Managers and Leaders Have in Common with Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift

By Susan Hitchcock As unlikely as you may think, today’s managers and leaders of all ages can learn from the two of the most famous …

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