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Path to Leadership Begins: Your Leadership Philosophy

As I mentioned yesterday, today was the first session of our summer leadership series Path to Leadership sponsored by Wisconsin Public Service. Today’s session focused on crafting our Personal Leadership Philosophy and Personal Leadership Brand.   This blog entry is a write-up … Continue reading

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Womens Health & Leadership

This week is National Women’s Health Week.  It started on Sunday and is celebrated through May 18th. National Women’s Health Week is a weeklong health observance coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health. … Continue reading

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The Workforce Paradox …

By James R. Morgan, WMC Foundation President Manufacturing, and manufacturing careers, have been getting quite a bit of coverage lately. Employers have made desperate pleas for skilled workers. There is a heightened awareness of the value manufacturing brings to a … Continue reading

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Science, Math … did I lose you already?

Chances are if you are a high school or college student in the US, then yes! American students, it seems, just aren’t interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)… and this is having a negative impact on … Continue reading

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Please Stay

U.S. colleges and universities have long been a magnet for international students seeking advanced doctorate degrees. But, is the U.S. able to retain this talent after they earn their Ph.D.’s? Recent data shows that the answer is Yes –– although … Continue reading

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Women have vaulted to the head of the class

For the first time in history, women with college degrees now hold more non–farm payroll jobs than men. Data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that this trend began just last year; in January 2010, women held 720,000 … Continue reading

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SNC Announces Spring Leadership Series

Beginning Thursday, March 11, 2010 ST. NORBERT COLLEGE SPRING LEADERSHIP SERIES: INTERACTION MANAGEMENT St. Norbert College in conjunction with Development Dimensions International (DDI) will host three leadership courses that begin on Thursday, March 11 and run through Thursday, May 13. Matthew Doyle, a certified … Continue reading

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