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Black Lives Matter | A Statement on Leadership & Learning

Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum releases a statement of commitment to take action against racism and prejudice. Linkage's mission--to Change the Face of Leadership--has never been more critical than it is now.

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A Leadership Lesson from Armando Galarraga, Jim Joyce and an Imperfect Game

A Detroit Tigers pitcher lost a shot at a perfect game when an ump made a glaringly bad call on what should have been the last out. It wasn’t the first time an ump blew a call, nor will it be the last, but general consensus is that it’s the first time a bad call ruined a perfect game on the should-have-been-last batter. But there’s a lesson about leadership in all of this…

Free Patrick Lencioni Webinar Recording: ‘Getting Naked: Building Better Client Relationships’

You’ll walk away with tools to address the three fears that ultimately sabotage client allegiance.

The Legacy of Hank Haney

Hank Haney is an award- and championship-winning instructor, a savvy businessman, a famous mentor to the world’s best golfer, a TV show host, etc. He’s a great golf coach. Let me rephrase that. He’s a great coach who chose golf as his forum.

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Malcolm Gladwell on Why People Succeed

New Yorker columnist Malcolm Gladwell is the best-selling author of The Tipping Point and Blink. He was also a GILD faculty member in 2004 and 2005. In his 2008 New York Times best-seller Outliers, he explored the factors that enable people to become successful.

Social Media and Leadership: On-Demand Communication

Companies and organizations must adjust. Employees are in the driver’s seat. Leaders who see this and who can transparently communicate will be far, far ahead of the game.

Tom Brady on Accountability and Leadership

Brady, for all the success he’s had, the records he’s set, the championships he’s won…still holds himself accountable as a leader for the team’s failures.

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