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Women In Business: Know Who You Are, And What You’re Worth

By | Posted Aug 25, 2016

Joan Walsh, National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation and MSNBC analyst, discusses how things have changed since she entered the workforce—and why businesswomen need to fight the wage gap.

businesswomen

This is How Everyone Can ‘Show Up’ At Work

By | Posted Aug 24, 2016

When we reconnect with what drives us, we have deeper access to a fuel source of purpose and clarity that makes it easier to say “yes” and “no” to the right things—and stand powerfully for what we want.

businesswomen

6 Steps To Set Boundaries Between Work And Family

By | Posted Aug 23, 2016 | 1 Comment

How can businesswomen end the downward spiral of discontent and guilt over balancing personal and professional responsibilities? Take these 6 steps to set boundaries between work and family—without sacrificing either one.

ineffective leaders

7 Ways Ineffective Leaders Lose Their Team’s Respect

By | Posted Aug 23, 2016 | 1 Comment

Ineffective leaders can not only kill team spirit, but completely lose the respect of those who report to them. How many of these 7 poor leadership habits do you—or your boss—practice?

businesswomen

TWIST Personal And Professional Passions For A Stronger Brand

By | Posted Aug 22, 2016

Life’s too short for businesswomen to subdue our passions in the name of “professionalism.” Explore your personal story for TWISTS that can add credibility and profitability to your brand.

employee trust

5 Simple Ways To Build Clout – By Gaining Employee Trust

By | Posted Aug 18, 2016 | 3 Comments

Gaining employee trust takes knowing what motivates people, and treating them as individuals instead of as commodities. Build clout by building trust.

advice from Steve Jobs

How Did Nike And Apple Survive? One Piece Of Advice From Steve Jobs

By | Posted Aug 18, 2016

Afraid to miss an opportunity? Juggling too much of anything never leads to a positive outcome. This one piece of advice from Steve Jobs helped a new CEO, and changed the fate of two super brands forever.

sales managers

Are Your Sales Managers Hiring The Wrong People?

By | Posted Aug 16, 2016

Why are so many of your sales reps not meeting their target numbers? It could be that the problem dates back to when those salespeople showed up for a job interview. Too often, sales managers are hiring the wrong people to begin with.

working long hours

Work Smarter, Not Longer: Why Marissa Mayer Sets A Bad Example

By | Posted Aug 15, 2016

How can we work smarter during prime working hours? Find out why following Marissa Mayer’s 130-hour workweek is unrealistic, and won’t help us to succeed in our careers.

stress and mindfulness

Mindfulness: The Key To Conquering Stress

By | Posted Aug 15, 2016

Author/coach Mary Schiller explains that we cannot “catch” stress from a conversation, a relationship, a situation, an environment or a person. Mindfulness is key to conquering the feelings we associate with the concept of stress.

annoying co-workers

When Annoying Co-Workers Push Your Buttons

By | Posted Aug 12, 2016 | 1 Comment

World-renowned thought leader on emotional intelligence, Daniel Goleman, shows how to deal with the actions and attitudes of annoying co-workers — by practicing mindfulness.

outspoken employees

How To Make Outspoken Employees An Asset

By | Posted Aug 10, 2016

In group settings, the manager must take responsibility for giving everyone an opportunity to speak. This can be done in a positive way by channeling overly vocal personalities into an advantage for the team.

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