Stifling The Smoke Signals

When faced with a warning that we don’t want to hear, leaders have two choices, says Kate Huvane Gamble. Listen and make the necessary changes, or stick your head in the sand, and end up like a certain football team.

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When Managers Need To Go To Bat

There are few things as demoralizing as a manager who won’t step out of the dugout and fight for a player, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who recalls a time when she wished a former boss was more like Terry Francona.

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The Ones To Watch

The ones who are quickest to issue threats are often the ones with the most to hide, says Kate Huvane Gamble. On the other hand, those who quietly do their jobs are often the ones with the best information.

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What I Learned From Mister Manners

Sometimes it’s the conversations you’re most likely to dismiss that end up having the most lasting impact, says Kate Huvane Gamble, reflecting on a primer on manners that leaves an impression years later.

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The Lowest Road Possible

Somewhere along the line, the desire to sell newspapers and drive site traffic surpassed the need to report on the news fairly and objectively, and that’s a big problem for the media, says Kate Huvane Gamble.

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