Hire your own "thinking partner" to help you process and deal with current issues and plans for the future. Your focus may include:
- Preparing for your next-level leadership position
- Improving communications and relationships
Being nice earns friends but not better pay or promotions. This post shares the result of a recent study of the effects of being nice vs being contrary at work.
Strong women have more trouble picking their battles than they do standing up for themselves. Here are tips for choosing when and how to stand your ground.
Four quick tips to help you to manage your diet, improve your negotiations, decrease worrying and enhance your creativity.
Most women like the results of having power but don't like to admit they have it. Pattie Sellers from Fortune Magazine redefines power so women can embrace it.
If you embrace your envy, you will see new pathways for success. This article will give you the questions to ask to make those you envy your new teachers.
Are you connecting with the growing population of power browsers? Right or wrong, it's time to adjust our speaking and writing to the shrinking attention span.
When it comes to your business focus, there is a difference between going on adventures and experiencing an odyssey. Which are you embarking on this year?
Resolve means bringing things to an end as well as making decisions. What ideas, projects or dreams need to come off your list? Resolving can help you focus.
The women of San Jaun on Lake Atitlan in Guatemala have come together to create the life they want to live. What can we learn from them?
There is a limit to the results being nice will get you. In fact, being nice can limit your effectiveness. A study proves you should be stingy with your generosity.