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"No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit for doing it" - Andrew Carnegie
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Considering incorporating #Lean into your business? Toyota will soon be using the principles thanks to a new executive: http://bit.ly/1JEbsqw
Blog post at Lean Blog : I hope you might have access to this interesting article from the Wall St. Journal: 'Toyota Veteran Rises to Corporate Office From Factory F[..]
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Measuring employee performance doesn't have to hinder creativity. 5 tips to inspire while managing performance: http://bit.ly/1GxzQvu #HR
Truly innovative companies give employees the freedom to experiment, while maintaining structure for evaluating their performance.
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There is no such thing as having too much business knowledge, especially when it comes to success. Uncover the secrets to succeeding at what you do: http://bit.ly/Pndfnj41 #CEPE
Just when you think you’ve learned all you can about creating a powerful business, there is more. Business experts Pamela Edwards and Michael White-Ryan, founders of The Language of Space, share their business secrets from their expertise in design, energy, space and new expansions of the fundamental principles of Feng Shui.
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When you're used to a routine or environment, change can be difficult to deal with. Let your #HR team help you adapt: http://bit.ly/1JhHJn8
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#PDX is making a name for itself in the #construction industry with its latest building. The Portland firm that helped build the world's most #sustainable building: http://bit.ly/1DswtFy
The structure generates more energy than it uses, among other green boasts.
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Is predicting the future of your company really that hard? Technological advancements are helping business analysts see what's ahead: http://bit.ly/1GKVlJo #BizAnl
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Anyone can recruit top notch employees. The advice one professional gives to guarantee #HR success: http://bit.ly/1JEaESH
Brennan Barthelemy’s calling card: Using tools and contacts to find “connections you wouldn’t know existed on LinkedIn.”
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Friday Quote of The Day: "Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not attributes." - Peter Drucker
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Being a good listener impacts your #BizComm abilities: http://bit.ly/Ynfk33s Grow your communication skills to enhance your professional development: http://bit.ly/CEPEBIZCOMM
Society teaches us to always be "on"--we're programmed to respond and fix it, whatever it may be. We've been taught to become uncomfortable with quiet, stillness, and silence. We don't know what to do with the open spaces, what to do with o...
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Are you correctly storing your homebrewing supplies? http://bit.ly/1IWkJtI Make your #CraftBrew dream career a reality with our #BCB certificate: http://bit.ly/CEPEBCB
Over the past few years, homebrewing has become as popular as craft beer, and it’s typically the same parties. Everyone knows someone that is trying their hands at creating a ... Read More
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Communication in the business world is an art. One small mistake could lead to catastrophe. Avoid these 8 #BizComm mishaps: bit.ly/Onfb41c
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Portland State's Center for Executive and Professional Education (CEPE) is a leading provider of university-level professional courses and certificate programs designed to increase leadership skills, deliver process management tools, and foster creative thinking. Professional development and training are as important as ever for the career changer, career builder, manager, and executive alike. Staying in the game means staying ahead of the curve.

Portland State's Center for Executive and Professional Education builds the professional capacity of individuals, businesses, and the community. Anyone can sign up for new courses that are offered year around at convenient locations, or have customized onsite education delivered straight to your office door.