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Building Bench Strength, Developing Professional Skills
 
Career changes within the American Red Cross were predominantly employee-driven 15 years ago. Today, talent movement, leadership development and succession planning all help the Red Cross match employees to skillsets they are interested in within the organization. Leadership development has been one way that Red Cross employees have moved over by moving up. Lead, Red Cross’ leadership development program, has welcomed in four classes since 2012, totaling about 100 employees.
   
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Sleep On It: Managing Association Stresses
 
Managing an association can be a pressure-cooker job. Seemingly every day comes with new challenges, questions, concerns, and opportunities. With, not only your staff, but a host of members seeking your guidance, the job can sometimes feel like it’s too much. Shelley Row, president and CEO of Shelley Row Associates LLC, recommended stepping away when times get to be too much, regroup, and come back firing on all cylinders.
   
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Professional Development: Ask the Tough Questions to Become a Leader
 
To be a leader means being bold and true in your personal decisions and assuming responsibility for how you choose to spend your time in life. Leading yourself begins with knowing who you are, knowing your strengths, understanding your abilities, taking charge of your career and your future. This requires asking the right questions -- the tough questions -- about you.
   
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