Monthly Archives: October 2014

Using The Bench for Maximum Impact

I was talking to a local sports coach who was worried about his team’s lack of bench-strength. During the season his players would get injured, ill, tired and fatigued, and he needed a strong bench to make it to the … READ MORE

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Leading Authentically in a Curated World

This article was co-authored by Susan Tardanico. When it comes to creating a personal digital brand, we’re all in. As executives who also blog about women and leadership, we’ve seen up close the positive impact that savvy use of social media … READ MORE

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Microsoft CEO Says Trust the System

“It’s not really about asking for the raise, but knowing and having faith that the system will actually give you the right raises as you go along.” said Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft. I found this statement interesting, not because … READ MORE

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What was that all about? Another waste of my time!

Have you ever sat in a meeting wondering what the purpose of it was? Have you ever had a conversation with a manager and decided it was all rather pointless? Most people have at some time in their lives. This … READ MORE

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