There is a steady flow of information in the form of books, articles, white papers and training all in the context of “what is leadership?” or “how to develop a leader?”. In this article, I will avoid those two questions and write about two others that I believe might be on the minds of women […]
. . . 4. CAREER MANAGEMENT Now there’s a hot topic in this period of layoffs. Who gets the ax and who doesn’t is often a matter of numbers, but it is also often a matter of performance. Employees who have consistently demonstrated their worth, taken initiative, and made themselves a valuable asset to […]
As you prepare for the new year, think about what factors are significant for your leadership and professional career success. How can you position yourself for a promotion in the New Year? Where is there a gap in my knowledge, skills, and abilities that hinder my advancement up the corporate ladder? What do employers […]
Starting a new year can open the door for great things to happen in our leadership roles for 2013. However, we have to learn how to be comfortable when we are uncomfortable. In other words, we must learn how to get out of our comfort zone. I admit … I’m nervous when I’m outside my […]
Do you feel completely in control of your life, totally happy and fulfilled? Or, like many women, are you unhappy about significant parts of your life? The truth is you can control your circumstances and how you feel and act in response to your surroundings. One of the key messages from Stephen R Covey’s book […]
There is no denying in the truth of the saying, “Time is gold.” You never seem to get enough of time. Even if you are given thirty hours in a day, you still won’t be able to get enough of it. Somehow, some things will come up and you will end up wanting more […]
Career planning is an excellent way to prepare for what the world ahead has to offer you. While many women find that career planning is something that is done in college, it can be and should be done throughout life as a way of making sure that you are on the right track. There […]
How do you anticipate change? Examine your past actions and notice how they affect your today. Now, think about your future. If you do not like what your future is showing, make a change for your future. Also, while making a change, be aware of changes in society including technology, politics, law, and corporate business. Learn how these areas will impact your present and future that you can anticipate change.