Written by Sue Wasserman Tuesday, February 05 2013
“As much as I hate the divisive tones of partisan politics, my son told me over dinner one night I was intolerant, that I wouldn’t know what other people said because I didn’t listen.” This sobering moment inspired Julie Winokur to create the multimedia campaign Bring it to the Table – a video and community engagement project that brings citizens together around issues that normally tear us apart.
Written by Corinne Garcia Tuesday, December 11 2012
When job interviewing, do you list your various stellar accomplishments and then conclude by saying “and I speak a little Spanish”? According to Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson, author of “9 Things Successful People Do Differently,” instead of seeing this as a plus, the interviewer averages all of what you’ve said and as a result, the Spanish comment would lower your positive impression. Here she shares more about the science behind business.
Written by Karin Pendley Koser Tuesday, October 23 2012
Who doesn’t love a great story? And in business, the ability to tell a good story is critical. Do the stories you spin have color, punch and drama? Karin Pendley Koser, president and CEO of KPK & Company, offers the ins-and-out of storytelling – strategies that will keep audiences engaged and listening.
Written by Elaine Taylor Klaus Tuesday, September 18 2012
“Whether it’s a Fortune 500 corporation or a 5th grade classroom, we are evaluated on the basis of outcomes,” says Elaine Taylor Klaus, founder of Atlanta’s Touchstone Coaching. But what if changing the way you think could change what was possible, could change the outcome? Taylor Klaus lays out how what starts in your head can affect not only your outcome but your bottom line.
Written by Esther Campi Tuesday, July 17 2012
What's your personal leadership brand? What are you known for in your industry? Are you making career choices consistent with that brand? And when the time is right for publicity, are you ready to tell your personal leadership story? Esther Campi, adviser to Fortune 500 CEOs and U.S. senators, offers her 5 easy steps to create your personal brand.