How to write emails that get responses and inspire action

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Good leaders must be effective communicators, especially via email. Learn how you can draft messages that make things happen. Continue reading How to write emails that get responses and inspire action

How Zelenskyy inspired the world through servant leadership

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With personal connections to the war in Ukraine, Paul Tesluk, dean of the UB School of Management, finds hope in the leadership of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Continue reading How Zelenskyy inspired the world through servant leadership

Achieving work-family harmony

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UB School of Management expert Danielle Tussing discusses how leaders and employees can minimize work-family conflict to create a positive, productive culture. Continue reading Achieving work-family harmony

Leadership and negotiations: Better skills that will get you better deals

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To be most effective, leaders should add a critical skill to their arsenal: the ability to negotiate. UB School of Management expert Kate Bezrukova shares her insights on how to plan and prepare for a negotiation. Continue reading Leadership and negotiations: Better skills that will get you better deals

Sometimes it’s better to receive than to give

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Receiving and acting upon feedback is critical to personal development and team success. Here’s how you can effectively use feedback to grow—whether you’re on the soccer field or in the C-suite. Continue reading Sometimes it’s better to receive than to give