How To Lead
Written by Patty Rasmussen Tuesday, June 04 2013
“Companies think they can cut their way to success, but when they do that, they not only cut off their future, they disenfranchise and disempower people to be able to do their best work,” says Susan Annunzio, CEO of the Center for High Performance. She offers 3 strategic ways to boost performance, and it begins with “treating smart people like they’re smart.”
Written by Sue Wasserman Tuesday, May 28 2013
“All my life, I've been told to ‘play nice,’” says successful attorney turned New York Times bestselling author Ashley Merryman. “As an adult I was told that women are better at coalition-building, not competing.” To debunk what she perceived to be myths about competition, Merryman, researched and then co-wrote, “Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing.” She shares the critical components that light a fire under our competitive butts.
Written by Robert S. Kaplan Tuesday, May 28 2013
Would you ever turn to your junior associates for feedback? Can you trust that the feedback you receive is really constructive? Join the conversation on LinkedIn as we talk about how to get the vital feedback you need to climb the corporate ladder. Also included: 4 Ways to elicit feedback from those who report to you from Harvard Business School’s Robert S. Kaplan.
Written by Jennifer Jefferson Tuesday, May 21 2013
“It’s not about forcing attention onto yourself. It’s about how you can serve others,” says Dorie Clark, author of “Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future.” This master of reinvention shares how we can reinvent our brands and our careers.
Tuesday, May 21 2013
Establishing your guidelines for success early on can prepare you to transcend the challenges you encounter throughout your career. Here are the key take-aways from the spring 2013 Womenetics Academy series to help you navigate through the distractions, be innovative and think like an executive. What are your personal commandments for leadership?