How To Lead
Written by Stephanie Proft Monday, December 02 2013
A look inside the innovative cloud company Citrix – best known for GoToMeeting – and their Senior Vice President of Customer Experience, Catherine Courage. She was the first person to hold her initial, newly created position – vice president of product design – and she has since grown the design team from zero to now nearly 150 people. Key to her success: driving culture change, hiring the “A” player and the mantra of “fail fast, fail early.”
Monday, November 25 2013
Plotting your path to that corner office? Here are some valuable pointers for success from presidents of powerhouse companies like Cinnabon and Pepperidge Farm, The Home Depot's CFO, and CEOs of thriving, innovative businesses. Keep these 7 pearls of wisdom in mind when you strategize how to get that coveted spot in the C-suite.
Written by Janece Shaffer Monday, November 18 2013
After a divorce, Candace Kendle, a single mother of two at the time, left the long hours of academia to launch her own Cleveland-based consulting business, Kendle International. By the time she retired in 2011, her company became one of the largest global contract research organizations in the world. Today, Kendle is dividing her time between board service – UPS and Heinz – as well as a new campaign that encourages you to go gaga for “Good Night, Moon.”
Written by Stephanie Proft Monday, November 04 2013
Inga Beale is the CEO of Canopius Group – one of the largest privately-owned Lloyd's insurance underwriting businesses with operations in the U.K., Ireland, Switzerland, Bermuda, U.S., Singapore and Australia. Want to know what’s been key to this insurance industry superstar’s success? Could it really be as simple as PIE?
Written by Jan Turner Monday, October 14 2013
Innovation expert Susan Reed has capitalized on the power of cognitive diversity to help individuals and teams rocket their creativity an average of 240 percent – while generating valid growth concepts for their organizations that can be scaled and replicated. “It is crazily engaging,” she says. See Reed in action on Oct. 25 as Womenetics presents “Incite Innovation” in Atlanta and learn how you can combine critical thinking with creative approaches to produce ingenious, attention-getting results!