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Why Intellectual Curiosity Is Good For Your Career

Despite the demands of being the President of the United States, Barack Obama dedicated an hour a day to reading while he was in office. Bill Gates reads and retains information from 50 books a year. Warren Buffett spends 80% of his day reading and acquiring knowledge.

10 Essential Leadership Skills You May Be Missing

The skills needed to thrive as a leader have changed over the last couple of years, with the rise...

The Everyday Leader's Summer Reading List

Is your calendar this summer looking lighter than it has in months? Have you been unable to...

[Infographic] 6 Types of Leaders in the Workplace: Which Are You?

What type of leader are you? What type of leader do you want to be? 

These are the questions you...

3 Common Misconceptions About Executive Presence

There is a difference between a boss and a leader. A boss tells their people what to do, whereas a...

Skip-Level Meetings 101: A Brief Guide for Middle Managers

It can be tricky for middle managers, who are by nature quite removed from the day-to-day life of...

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Get a jump start on your development goals with one of Niagara Institute's programs happening this...

The FAQs of Executive Coaching

When it comes to professional development, there are many options. But few are as genuinely...

[Infographic] 4 Types of Leadership Coaching for Middle Management

If you think that leadership coaching is exclusively for executives and senior leaders, think...

How to Stop Ruminating: A Brief Guide for Leaders in the Workplace

At the end of the work day when you walk out of the office or log off of your computer, you want to...