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4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Courage, Emotional Development 0

We all find ourselves having difficult conversations at some point in time. Whether at work or in our relationships outside work, having difficult conversations are never easy, and that’s why they are “difficult.” There are ways to make these conversations both productive and as painless as possible. These conversations are the times when you know […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Emotional Development 0

As women, many of us tend to apologize too much. We say “I’m sorry” when someone bangs into us, takes our seat, steps on our toe, or when we upset a person with our difference of opinion. “I’m sorry” comes out of our mouths too often before we even think of an alternative. When is […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Emotional Development 0

In a toxic relationship, verbal abuse is kind of interpersonal violence that is more calculating and insidious than it seems. It is a means of maintaining power and control over another in a relationship. This kind of treatment causes the person on the receiving end to question themselves, wondering if the abuser is overreacting, or […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog 0

Many companies are creating hybrid environments with people working from both the office and their homes. A hybrid model allows employees to work remotely while others work in the office. But experts are concerned that this set-up may be too complicated to manage. With work-from-home mandates easing in many places, can the future mix of […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Emotional Development 0

What is verbal abuse? Verbal abuse can occur in any kind of relationship. It is generally a calculating, insidious process that intensifies over time. Suppose you’ve been the victim of someone who uses verbal abuse. In that case, you will recognize it when someone is repeatedly using negative or demeaning words or threats to gain […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Emotional Development 0

What is authentic giving? Authentic giving is heartfelt and comes from our sense of knowing and acting upon what is needed. When we feel like giving, we give. And when we’re depleted or don’t want to do something for whatever reason, we say no. We don’t worry about what anyone else thinks. Our security comes […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Emotional Development 0

Margo, a very responsible woman in her first supervisory position at her firm, was handling a lot of demands in her job; learning her new role and building credibility with the people on her team, planning her travel schedule, securing a new apartment, planning her best friend’s wedding where she was maid of honor, and […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Emotional Development 0

As professionals and leaders, we all have opportunities to apologize when warranted. We make mistakes. We inadvertently offend another party. We also see opportunities to sympathize, which an artful apology can address, such as “so sorry for the rainy weather.” Studies have shown that rapport and trust increase after an artful apology over something you […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Mentoring 0

Mentoring and sponsorship networks are good sources of inspiration and support when seeking a relationship that helps you grow and advance. Virtual sponsorship and mentoring relationships are often provided in companies and organizations. Mentoring programs have become more common as workplaces seek ways to develop employees and keep them connected. Before you build the kind […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog 0

How often do you feel drained and find yourself wishing for more hours in the day? You know you need a break and promise that you will take some time for yourself as soon as you finish… just one more thing. The problem is, there is always just one more thing. It might seem impossible […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Emotional Development 0

Suppose you have a goal to improve your skills and social-emotional abilities or a plan to help others. In that case, it’s essential to know how to give and receive honest feedback. Suppose you are seeking feedback from your boss or peers. In that case, feedback helps you learn the right or better way to […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Leadership Development 0

Even without having a management or leadership title, you are having an impact on the people you work with. What kind of impact are you having? Is it one that allows you to be exemplary? Through our work and research, we’ve identified the qualities and strengths that are present in leaders who succeed in being […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog, Executive Presence 0

What does it mean to have a presence? How do women achieve their goals when working with others in the workplace and at home? Having a classy presence is about your style of being — your demeanor or bearing — through your body language, tone, and attitude. Your presence is unique to you. It’s your […]

4 months ago Posted in: Blog 0

In this time of virtual meetings, how can you stand out as these meetings become a more significant part of businesses? The benefit of working remotely with virtual meetings allows you to advance your career when you stand out. How can you be more engaging, dynamic, interesting, and entertaining at virtual meetings? The best way […]

4 months, 2 weeks ago Posted in: Blog 0

In this historic time in our lives, five generations occupy the workplace — with a sixth-generation on the way. Now is the time for women to stand out and shine as leaders. It’s time to see the importance of being self-aware. We must understand our work styles, avoid the urge to foist our approach on […]

1 year, 2 months ago Posted in: Blog, Leadership Development, Newsletter Articles 0

Making the Right Choices Going Back to the Office (How to Advance in a Hybrid Environment) By Andrea Zintz, Ph.D., Strategic Leadership Resources, LLC. Business leaders in almost every organization are planning to get people back to the office regularly. They are currently recruiting new employees. Many companies are creating hybrid environments with people working […]

1 year, 7 months ago Posted in: Blog 0

It is a fact that 2021 will likely start just like 2020 ended, with a set of Covid 19 restrictions. We all will need to continue staying safe as we deal with delays in getting our vaccinations. Many of us are struggling with depression, even if we don’t think we have it. When we find […]

1 year, 7 months ago Posted in: Blog 0

What can we do to conquer negativity and start the next year on a positive note? We all know that constant negativity can get in the way of happiness, add to our stress and worry level, and ultimately damage our health. Some people are more prone to negative thinking than others. So, here’s an uplifting […]

1 year, 7 months ago Posted in: Blog 0

Coping with the loss of a close friend or family member may be one of the most difficult challenges many of us face. When we lose a spouse, sibling, or parent, our grief can be particularly intense. Loss is understood as a natural part of life. However, we can still be overcome by shock and […]

1 year, 7 months ago Posted in: Blog 0

We all find ourselves having difficult conversations at some point in time. Whether at work or in our relationships outside work, having difficult conversations are never easy, and that’s why they are “difficult.” There are ways to make these conversations both productive and as painless as possible. These conversations are the times when you know […]

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