Millennial Leadership Style

As each generation takes up the reigns of senior leadership, they bring with them their own lessons and sensitivities concerning how best to manage not only their employees but also their customers and companies. These values are based on the unique impressions of the current tone of the generation and ensure for smooth and beneficial…

10 Traits of the Confident Female Leader

10 Traits of the Confident Female Leader We all know confident women, confident female leader. They light up a room when they arrive and they always leave a positive impression. They seem to have an indefinable something that makes them special, and perhaps even inspiring. Very little stands in the way of emulating the confidence…

10 Tips for being a Confident Leader

Being a confident leader can take a lot of courage and putting yourself out there. You’re not only expected to produce an extraordinary outcome but take a diverse group of people along with you. On top of that, your team is also expected to perform and produce, and work closely and collaboratively. Your team members…

100 Years Away from Gender Equality in the C-Suite

Various studies have long shown that women are underrepresented in top leadership roles in business, academia, government and NFP organizations the world over. Just last year, a 2015 study conducted by the non-profit LeanIn organization, in conjunction with McKinsey & Company, looked at the roles women fill in hundreds of top companies in corporate America…

You Need to Read This

“Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage.” ―  Brene Brown, Have you ever felt overwhelmed or you have lost that belief in yourself? Unsure if the path you are taking is the right one? Lacking confidence ? Not happy in your career or business? I have been feeling like this recently myself. I can’t believe…

10 Ways to Engage Your Team and (more importantly) keep them engaged!

10 Ways to Engage Your Team and (more importantly) keep them engaged! “My model for business is The Beatles. They were four guys who kept each other’s kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other and the total was greater than the sum of the parts. That’s how I see business: great things…