Women in Leadership

The POTUS Doesn’t Determine Your Potential

November 11, 2016
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Hey Girlfriends! Today, I wanted to speak to all my sisters out there, both young and old. If you’re a guy, keep reading as I’m sure you’ll learn something, or you may want to pass this on to your daughters! I’m so happy to be a woman in today’s world. When I was a little […]

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Finding the Balance

March 22, 2012
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Balance is always a hot topic regarding the workplace. For many leaders, balance is one of those elusive concepts that they long for but feel they never really achieve. It can be hard to feel any semblance of balance when you dedicate the majority of your workday to serving your teammates and then have little […]

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Leading Through Maternity

January 15, 2012
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In last week’s blog, Guess What? I’m Pregnant, we discussed the benefits a company could experience when their women leaders choose to have babies during their career. This week I wanted us to hear from two businesswomen who have successfully led within an organization while starting a family in the middle of their leadership career. […]

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“Guess What? I’m Pregnant!”

January 8, 2012
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What four words can send a leader’s emotions into panic, shock, and fear while still masking a look and response of complete happiness and joy? “Guess what? I’m pregnant.” As a mother and business woman, I know the issues and pressures of dealing with pregnancy, pre- and postpartum emotions, and maternity leave. I get it […]

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Leadership with Daryl

December 12, 2011
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Typically when I fly, I put on my earphones and get my laptop out. It’s a great time for me to just chill out and get work done. Surprisingly, I’m really not that social on airplanes but for some reason on a recent trip I struck up a conversation with an older gentleman sitting next […]

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Better Balance: Four Tips for Working Moms Working to Manage It All

May 15, 2011
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Balancing work life and home life can be a challenge for men and women. However, I think that working moms tend to struggle even more when it comes to optimizing the right balance between three of the most demanding and important roles in our lives – being a businesswoman, a wife, and a mom. It’s a demanding triangle, and at times it […]

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The Great Debate: How Would the World be Different if 50 Percent of Leaders Were Women?

March 6, 2011
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Recently someone posed a question to a discussion group I’m a part of, and the conversation created so much buzz that I thought I’d bring it up on this blog. It’s a touchy subject but a great conversation piece. Here’s the question: How would the world be different if 50% of leaders were women?

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