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The Cutthroat Fallacy: Why Being an A Bad Person is Bad Business

In the 80s, in the days of Michael Milken and Gordon Gekko, the rule on the street was “eat your young.” Nice guys finish last, hold your information, keep the rules to yourself, and win at all costs, no matter who you have to trample. Today, with the advent of mobile technology and 24-hour-connectivity, those […]

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How to Take a Working Vacation

Presented by: Jessica Stillman is a freelance writer based in London with interests in unconventional career paths, generational differences, and the future of work. She has blogged for CBS MoneyWatch, GigaOM, and Brazen Careerist The summer holiday is upon us but you’ve probably been daydreaming about vacation season from long before that. And, as a […]

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Congratulations Leadership Fox Cities Class of 2012-2013

Leadership Fox Cities has graduated its 22nd class.  The 2012-13 class consisted of 43 members who live and/or work in the Fox cities.  Participants started their program last September with a two-day retreat in Elkhart Lake.  The retreat allows the class to become acquainted with LFC purpose, goals, and history as well as the importance […]

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5 Creative Ways to Spend Your Lunch Break

by Allison Stadd Lunch Hour One of the best pieces of work advice I’ve ever received—and yes, it was from my mother—was to make sure to take my lunch hour. Like many professionals busting butt in the office, I had gotten into the unhealthy habit of eating lunch at my desk, never seeing sunlight or […]

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How to Be Confident, Even When You’re Not

Everyone has insecurities when doing something new. Here are three ways to build strength and be self-confident. New challenges and opportunities can be exciting, but they can also test your self-esteem. Whether you are launching a new business, stepping into a bigger management role or even representing a new product, you likely lack the day-in-day-out […]

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