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100 words for 'leadership'?

As part of the Kansas Women’s Leadership Institute, we were given an interesting exercise to identify 100 words (or more) that reflect our perspective on ‘effectively engaging in the acts of leadership’.  844 more words

Join us for the SFL Continuous Learning Series session - Women2Women: Self-Advocacy

From an early age, women in our culture are expected to be supportive and help those around them be successful: enable their spouse to have a successful career, ensure their kids get the best care when they are young and the best “life” experiences as they grow, and be there for family members. 172 more words

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2014-15 Special Education (SE) Project Activities

For the 2014-15 project year, there are 420 students in 7 camps, 142 SE staff in camp and 11 SE town based staff members. So far in this project year, the SE project has done many activities. 469 more words

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Kansas Women's Leadership Institute features India: Blog post

Thoughts on what it means to be a part of this Institute, more so representing India as one of the potential women leaders from the country. 134 more words

I Substantiate...

This has been one of the first drafts of my Elevator Pitch, as part of the Kansas Women’s Leadership Institute.

Somewhere, I see myself evolving everyday out of this experience… 256 more words

Steward Your own Growth

In my last post, “Check Your Professional Baggage,” I suggested that asserting your needs or accomplishments directly to your supervisor is not necessarily the best way to create opportunities for growth and fulfillment. 779 more words