Category: Women in Business

A Leadership Model for the 21st Century

COMMON PROBLEMS FACING TODAY’S LEADER

In today’s fast-paced and turbulent environment, as a leader you struggle with the demands and burdens of assuming the mantle of leadership. You truly want to be a dedicated and effective leader, but you feel on the verge of burn-out as you face ongoing challenges which never seem to end. Your employees don’t seem as motivated, they’ve lost their commitment …

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How to Obtain Personal & Professional Balance

A Journey of Separation

By: Nathan Jamail

In business today, leaders and organizations have to be more aware than ever of how their employees balance their work demands and their personal demands. Organizations are constantly focusing on how to improve production, profits and performance, while at the same time maintaining a high level of morale. The issue is the search for personal and professional balance. …

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Give Her the Gift of Good Health

The best way to help the superwoman in your life take care of herself, as well as she takes care of others, is to remind her. Consider these gift ideas and woo the women in your life to choose good health.

* Get her a new red dress: The American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day is February 6. Snap her photo while wearing red …

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Women’s Resolution

Schedule more “me” time for a healthier 2015.

by Cassie Richardson

For many working women who bring home the bacon and fry it up in a pan, the added pressures of caring for children and aging parents can be overwhelming–even when she has the help of a supportive man.

If given a 60-minute bonus, many busy women would be able to find good use for …

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You Own Your Dreams

You Get Results Based On Your Choices

By Walt Grassl

Paul and Sara were attending a luncheon that brought together colleagues from their office as well as recently retired colleagues. Sara commented to Paul that some of the retirees seemed very happy and others were looking a bit lost – just as it was back at the office. She asked Paul if he had any …

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