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        Our editors have selected the most essential HBR articles on important leadership and business topics. Carefully curated reading lists — just for subscribers.
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          Working in a different location than your colleagues can make you more productive—and sometimes it’s just a logistical necessity. Here’s how to get the most out of your time out of the communal office.
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          HBR’s definitive articles on leadership will help you go from manager to outstanding leader.
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          HBR’s definitive articles on managing your professional life will help you make the most of your day, your professional relationships, and your career.
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          HBR’s definitive articles on emotions in the workplace will help you build influence, social skill, and personal resilience—for you and your team.
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          HBR’s definitive articles for new managers will help you develop the practices and presence you need to manage others successfully.
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          HBR’s definitive articles on diversity will help your company confront bias and make progress toward inclusion—and higher performance.
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          HBR’s definitive articles on managing teams will help you understand how teams have come to the fore in organizations today—and how best to lead them.
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          Pay for men and women is unequal. Here’s what you need to know.
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          Smart, ambitious professionals can get derailed by too-high standards. These articles will help you pause and reset your expectations—and work with someone who can’t.
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          Algorithms can improve our predictions and decisions, but they can also perpetuate our blind spots and biases. Here’s what you need to know about the problem—and how organizations can address it.
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          Work would be so easy if it weren’t for other people! These articles will help you handle those tough personalities.
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          Recover from the daily grind, professional setbacks, or intense personal trauma.
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          Develop your professional clout and your powers of persuasion.
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          Tips to improve your talk, from preparation to delivery.
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          Get over your anxiety about getting away. These articles will help you plan for—and enjoy—your much-needed break.
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          A lot of professional development focuses on the negative: what you’re doing badly and need to correct. But focusing on strengths instead provides a powerful way to grow.
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          Steer your company through its toughest moments, from internal setbacks to external crises.
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          Don’t let drama derail your career. Here’s how to make your workplace relationships more productive.
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          Your employees need feedback for their development. Here’s how to deliver it in a way that’s helpful, not harmful.

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