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Can you be truthful and candid at the same time? (Part 2 of 2) by Roz Usheroff

September 3, 2013

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At the end of Part 1 of this post, I shared with you the story of Kevin. Once again, while this wasn’t his real name, I can assure you that both Kevin and the circumstances in which he found himself were all too real. Having had the time to think about Kevin’s situation, what would […]

How open are you to change? One CPO’s unique journey from finance to HR to purchasing by Roz Usheroff

June 18, 2013

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Editor’s Note: The following post originally appeared in Roz Usheroff’s The Remarkable Leader blog under the title Dubai Travel Journal (Part 2): Adaptable Brilliance . . . Denise’s Story. As far as I am concerned, one of the best examples of being open to trying something new is reflected in the following excerpt from my […]

What value do you bring to your relationships? (Part 1 of 2) by Roz Usheroff

May 16, 2013

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The other day I read an article by Kelly Barner titled “What if there is no value in what you’re doing?” While Barner was posing this question from the standpoint of being a procurement professional, it is nonetheless a powerful yet simple question that all of us at one point should be asking ourselves.  After […]

What is the difference between confidence and arrogance? (Part 1 of 2) by Roz Usheroff

May 3, 2013

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Editor’s Note: Over the past few months there has been much discussion surrounding the need for procurement professionals to step up to the plate to claim their rightful seat at the executive table. While I wholeheartedly support the need to establish one’s influential presence based on their contributions to the organization, the manner in which […]

When the going gets tough does gender equality fly out the window? by Roz Usheroff

April 3, 2013

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Editor’s Note: The following is a post that appeared in Roz Usheroff’s The Remarkable Leader Blog, in which she asks the question . . . have women come as far as they think in the corporate world? In the recent Deal Book article Lessons on Being a Success on Wall St., and Being a Casualty […]