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A Collaboration Crash Course: How to Join Forces With Other Women
Leadership

A Collaboration Crash Course: How to Join Forces With Other Women

(When You’re Used to Going It Alone) Collaboration is an incredibly valuable skill in today’s marketplace, and what’s more, women are naturals at it. But if you’ve always been the “lone (she) wolf” type, you may not know how to get started. Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly offers 10 tactics to […]

‘Confidence Gap’ Prime Factor in Women’s Career Success Disparity
Business / Leadership

‘Confidence Gap’ Prime Factor in Women’s Career Success Disparity

Preeminent U.S. women’s leadership authority, Grace Killelea, cites ‘grievous gap between competence and confidence’ as a key culprit in marginalization of professional women, among others; Expert available for interviews and editorials on range of topics (listed herein) to help turn high-potential female professionals into high-impact leaders In business, there is […]

Why Leading Women Are Better for Congress
Being a Leader / Lifestyle

Why Leading Women Are Better for Congress

Why Leading Women Are Better for Congress Women in Congress are getting things done, says a new study. Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly explains why women in Congress are so effective at making progress together and on their own. A new study from Quorum shows that women in Congress are working […]

Leaders See Talent in Imperfection
Being a Leader / Careers and Work

Leaders See Talent in Imperfection

By Dicky Sykes Last month I learned of the passing of construction industry giant, John A. Cavanagh, former Vice Chairman of AMEC Construction Management, Inc. and Chief Operating Officer of Morse Diesel International, Inc., my former employers. When I heard the news, the memories came flooding down like a landslide. […]

Woman of a Certain Age – Leadership Country Style
Being a Leader / Inspirational Human Interest / Women of a Certain Age

Woman of a Certain Age – Leadership Country Style

By Marcia Barhydt When I think of all the women who’ve made an impression on my life, who’ve touched me and who’ve shown me the way, the person I think of first of all is my aunt, Margaret Houseknecht. My Aunt Peg influenced me more than probably everyone else combined […]

Leadership & Little White Lies
Being a Leader

Leadership & Little White Lies

How Those Seemingly Harmless Fibs and Half-Truths Can Hurt Your Business Every leader tells a white lie every now and then, right? Perhaps—but that doesn’t make it okay. Author Dave Anderson says that white lies can do serious damage to your reputation and can lead to much bigger issues down […]

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