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Self-Empowerment: Necessary for the Advancement of Women
Being a Leader / Business / Business Tips / Careers and Work

Self-Empowerment: Necessary for the Advancement of Women

The happiest and most successful women I’ve met are never fully contented with their lives; they strive to be better. And this is good, because self-empowerment begins with a personal decision to be better and not settle for what is. You need to move away from the status quo—away from […]

Being a Leader / Leadership

A Recipe for Success: Ingredients to Build a Better Leader

There are no magical solutions for success and it isn’t something that comes pre-made in a box, it requires a unique blend of innovation and determination. The definition of success varies among CEOs, whether it’s working towards an acquisition, IPO, or growth within the company. In my 20 years of […]

“It’s Not MY Fault!” Seven Ways Leaders Can Unearth  (and Neutralize) the Fear That Lurks Behind the Blame Game
Being a Leader

“It’s Not MY Fault!” Seven Ways Leaders Can Unearth (and Neutralize) the Fear That Lurks Behind the Blame Game

Are fingerpointing and responsibility dodging poisoning your culture? Mike Staver explains that fear-based leadership lurks at the heart of the blame game. He explains what leaders can do to overcome their own fears and find their courage—and help their followers do the same. When you arrive at the office each […]

Is Your Leadership Hurting the Bottom Line?
Being a Leader / Financial Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

Is Your Leadership Hurting the Bottom Line?

4 ‘Bad Leader Behaviors’ That Affect Productivity, Profits What can business leaders and managers learn from watching the earnings of publicly traded companies? “Plenty,” says Kathleen Brush, a 25-year veteran of international business and author of “The Power of One: You’re the Boss,” (www.kathleenbrush.com), a guide to developing the skills […]

Aiming for the Top – Tips for Women
Being a Leader / women

Aiming for the Top – Tips for Women

Executive Coach Offers Her Own ‘MBA for Success’ What becomes of the women who graduate with MBAs from Harvard Business School? Do most go on to fulfilling careers, or do they drop out of the work force when they become moms? “The number that has been floated for years, and […]

The Charismatic Leader – Diamond Performance
Being a Leader / Lifestyle

The Charismatic Leader – Diamond Performance

By Karla Brandau, CEO, Workplace Power Institute In an interview, comedian Joan Rivers was asked how she stayed so thin and trim and the interviewer said, “Do you do a lot of exercising?” “Oh, my Lord no,” said Rivers. “If God had intended me to bend over, He would have […]

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