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Self-Awareness: The Foundation for Exceptional Leadership

By Ron Magnus and Matt Kennedy, from FMI Quarterly The research is in and the results are surprising. Leaders today are not nearly as self-aware... »

Just What Does A Racially Hostile Environment Look Like? The Eleventh Circuit Provides Some Guidance

By Anne R. Yuengert, Bradley What constitutes a racially hostile work environment? Is one really bad comment specifically aimed at the plaintiff sufficient or do... »

Brasfield & Gorrie Breaks Ground on Convention Center Hotel in Oklahoma City

Omni Hotels & Resorts has announced the start of construction on the highly anticipated Omni Oklahoma City Hotel, a 605 guest room convention center hotel... »

Construction Company Finds Technology Advantages

from RSM Established in Ames, Iowa, in 1972, Story Construction is an employee-owned company serving customers throughout the Midwest and as far south as Louisiana.... »

Griffin Electric Wires New College of Arts & Sciences Building for UAB

 In the fall of 2019, the University of Alabama at Birmingham is expected to debut a new two-wing, multi-purpose College of Arts and Sciences building.... »

Walking the Corporate Board Compensation Tightrope

By Priya Kapila, FMI Originally posted on FMI Quarterly Common leadership principles regularly cry out against surrounding oneself with others who are too agreeable—the quintessential... »

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