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In a report out of Stanford University, directors say it would take nearly 90 days to replace their CEO if the current one was to leave today.
Arguing about Lean In has become a feminist identity test.
The American workplace has become a petri dish for burnout syndrome.
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Staff writer Jena McGregor teases out the leadership issues in the day’s news.
Guest contributor Tom Fox, of the Partnership for Public Service, writes weekly about issues in the federal workplace.
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