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Leadership

Women are more likely than their male peers to say “I don’t know,” when they do know.
Conversation about gender, race, immigration and other sensitive topics has entered the workplace.
Great leaders use each change, challenge and controversy as learning and teachable moments.
I remembered being a girl scout in 1967, when it was my refuge from bigotry, cliques and aloneness.
One of the things that life guarantees, regardless of who you are, is that you will face times of uncertainty. That uncertainty can bring on fear, doubt and depression.
Despite the strides made toward gender equality, women are still a rare find in the c-suite.
Do you view successful negotiating as getting more than what the other party wants to give? If so, you’re not alone — and you’re negotiating all wrong.
Life is too short to be doing something day in and day out that you don’t enjoy. With so much of every day dedicated to your career, why not fill that time with something you care about?
Have you ever had one of those moments when someone tells you that something you said made a real difference in his or her life? Maybe it’s a conversation you don’t even remember, but it helped the other person make a change or shift their perspective.
Some high performers have a surprising blind spot. They excel in many areas. They advance and get raises. But a gap in their people skills holds them back from being as successful as they could be.