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Author: Jennifer Selby Long

Have you ever struggled with the politics involved in creating change? In the picture with me is Clarence B. Jones, attorney, strategic advisor, and speechwriter for Dr. Martin Luther King. Among his many achievements and contributions, he assisted King with his iconic speech, I Have a Dream. Kirk...

I’d like to thank the CMI-Fisher East Bay CIO Roundtable for hosting a terrific panel discussion on Effectively Managing the Multi-Generational Workforce. They were so open to exploring my recommendations and perspectives on this topic. Tricia Emerson, President of Emerson Human Capital, moderated the panel. I was...

If you are responsible for nurturing potential leaders in engineering, or you are interested in breaking in to management, have I got a hot article for you: InfoWorld Programmers Guide to Breaking into Management. Ace reporter Paul Heltzel interviewed me, along with an impressive line-up of...

Are you or is someone you know considering changing careers? If you are even slightly established in your current career, this can be extremely challenging. However, several of my clients have very successfully pulled this off with aplomb. Check out my tips in this Fast Company article...