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Unconscious Biases: Leadership Learning with Lake Forest MBA Faculty

Erica Nelson

Tuesday, August 02, 2016

We all have biases which can impact our ability to be inclusive leaders and strong employees. Biases may have a direct bearing on hiring, retaining talent, and career progression. They can also affect morale and engagement. What’s more, organizations attract, retain and lose customers based on biases that can be subtle and difficult to understand.

Lake Forest Graduate School of Management’s Business Leader Faculty® Erica Nelson helps you to understand your unconscious biases and take steps to mitigate their effects.

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Business Leader Faculty® Spotlight: Steve Rudnick

Lake Effects Blog

Friday, July 22, 2016

Here at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management we believe it takes a leader to make a leader. Steve Rudnick, LFGSM alumnus and Business Leader Faculty® of over 20 years, exemplifies this concept. Steve is an expert in operations management and management analytics, and has designed and delivered countless interactive training programs to LFGSM students. In addition to being an LFGSM faculty member, he was recently appointed as the Director of Legal Spend Management at Quislex, after over 20 years of legal spend management, operations, and analytics experience.

 

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Effective Time Management: Leadership Learning with Lake Forest MBA Faculty

Janine Sergay

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Get focused, get organized, and get going. By ensuring strategic alignment, efficiently focusing on completing priorities, and applying practical time management tips, we can all streamline our efforts.

Lake Forest Graduate School of Management’s Business Leader Faculty® Janine Sergay provides tips for practice effective time management.

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