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3 ways not to fail in a new job

At least 50% executives fail within the first 18 months of taking a new job, research shows.

How do you avoid the failure trap?

This is the question that Ron Carucci and Eric Hansen, partners in a consultancy called Navalent, sought to answer by interviewing 2,600 executives—most of them at Fortune 1000 companies—over a 10-year span. 385 more words


For companies to grow, why bigger is not always better

Growth has long been the imperative in economics and business. As the world’s population tops 7 billion, and soon 8 and 9, it’s becoming clear that the best performing organizations, and perhaps countries, will be less defined by absolute size and more defined by the speed and agility that comes from clarity of purpose, strategic insight and decisive action. 528 more words


LOVE 101: 3 Powerful Insights that Contribute to Inner Peace & BIG SUCCESS.

LOVE 101:  3 powerful insights that contribute to inner peace and big success.

When I first walk into coach an individual or organization, I watch how they talk to, talk about, and treat others. 1,185 more words

Ron Kardashian

The Fortune 500 can easily afford to give low-wage workers a healthy raise

If you went to your child’s nursery school and saw one toddler with 300 toys while most—including your own—only had one or two to play with, what would you think? 696 more words


2015 Schedule of Executive Leadership Development Programs for Women Announced

In 1977, corporate leaders turned to Smith College to build the first non-business-school executive education program for women.  Today, Smith College Executive Education thrives as the leading expert in women’s executive leadership development. 259 more words

Topics In Business And Women's Leadership

Powerpoint Presentations = Good

I am always amazed at how Executives in Corporate America deliver their speeches in general and powerpoint presentations, in particular.

The first is, they put them together fairly quickly.   535 more words

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A Convergence of Forces

To complain is always nonacceptance of what is. It invariably carries an unconscious negative charge. When you complain, you make yourself into a victim. When you speak out, you are in your power. 594 more words

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