The Duncan Report

Entrepreneur: Are You a Mad Genius?


An entrepreneur, it’s been said, isn’t someone who owns a business. It’s someone who makes things happen. Here are some tips on how to see the world through an entrepreneur’s lens.

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Not-So-Secret Ways to Handle Conflict

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“Peace,” Ronald Reagan said, “is not the absence of conflict. It’s the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means.” Here’s what one expert advises.

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Expert Advice: How to Boost Your Trust Quotient

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On the U.S. presidential campaign trail these days, “trust” is a common theme in assessing both the attractiveness and electability of candidates. While most of us will never have our...

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Bias For Action? How to Avoid the Oops Factor

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Do you default to a jump-to-solutions approach? A bias for action is great, but it can have its pitfalls. Here are tips for avoiding the Oops Factor.

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How “Interactive” Codes Boost Commitment, Use


When there’s a gap between a company’s Code of Conduct and what’s observed in people’s actual day-to-day behaviors, technology can help.

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Diversity: Is It a Burden or a Boon?


Diversity has been given a bad rap by a world of bad practitioners. But one coach in the field brings sanity to both the discussion and the practice.

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