I recently interviewed author Julia Mateer. Julia just released her book, Lifegiving Leadership: A Woman’s Toolbox for Leading. She is also the co-founder of Generation Eve, an online community for women focusing on leadership, relationships, and parenting. She is...read more
I recently interviewed Renee Weisman: author, consultant, and former engineer. Renee Weisman was a distinguished engineer and Director of Engineering at the IBM corporation prior to retiring in 2008. Having spent nearly 40 years in the heavily male dominated...read more
For women leaders, having confidence is a huge advantage in careers, life, and relationships. It's the key to attracting the right job, the right people, the right decisions from others, and achieving goals. All women leaders have a baseline of confidence. Some women...read more
Someone in your company may have recently been promoted to a leadership position. This person successfully competed against other qualified candidates, some of whom were probably just as experienced and smart. As often happens in judging one candidate over another,...read more
Why do some women succeed while others fail? How do successful women set the stage for the next promotion, higher salaries, or stellar performance? Does it take: A high IQ? Personality? Good looks? Talent? Implementation of effective strategies and persistence...read more
Self-reflection is a key component of leadership development. As career women, working to achieve professional goals while balancing our personal lives, self-reflection allows us to see where we need to adjust. To stay on track, adjustments in our priorities,...read more
A new year usually comes with new hope, renewed focus and a desire to start with a clean slate. That’s why the beginning of the year is a great time to set goals. Have you set new goals for 2017? If you haven’t, it’s not too late. Here are 5 steps to get you started:...read more
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