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May's Empowerment Project

To be an effective leader, it is important that you are self aware. Learning your strengths, improving your interpersonal skills as well as understanding a broad range of different perspectives is crucial to making a difference as you lead a group of people. 157 more words


Why We Have Too Few Female Leaders

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg looks at why a smaller percentage of women than men reach the top of their professions — and offers 3 powerful pieces of advice to women aiming for the C-suite.


The Non-Conformist

Being a conformist didn’t inspire me or anyone else.  Early in my career, I thought that conformity was necessary.  As I matured in my career and formulated what I wanted my impact to be and what legacy I wanted to leave I stopped conforming.  11 more words

Female Leaders

Sharing Wisdom

My best days are spent with those willing to share their wisdom. They most often give their gifts through inspirational story telling.

Personal Growth

How I Went From a Stay-at-Home Mom to the RNC Chairwoman

President Donald Trump surprised politicos and pundits alike by his choice to lead the Republican National Committee. He didn’t choose one of his influential business friends. 680 more words

Just ask "why", one more time

Today a young man asked me how I became a leader.  I told him I asked “why” one more time than everyone else.  Sounds simple but it takes courage, a commitment to learning and the willingness to be relentless in your quest to answer “why”.

Women In Corporate America