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Ten Career Tips for Every Working Woman

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Universally, women have been experiencing deep-rooted systemic challenges, as a result of which they have failed to achieve unfettered career success.

The Power Paradigm: Four Ways Leaders Inspire Greatness

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Exceptional leadership is at the intersection of power and inspiration. Here are four ways leaders can use their power to inspire greatness in those they lead.

How to Be a Great Leader and Have Loyal Customers in Any Economy

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The way you approach your business is key to loyalty within your company and with your clients. Especially during these uncertain times.

Five Simple Ways to Rock it When You’re the Only Woman in the Boardroom

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Think about the space you want to occupy at the table. The edge and perspective you bring as a woman is the difference between a mediocre and high-performing executive team.

Guidance From Top Talent Recruiters on How to Make the Most of This Moment

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Hindsight is 2020. But just as this year has turned almost everything sideways, perhaps 2020’s undercurrent has also toppled this age-old proverb. Perhaps this is the year of foresight.

Can Storytelling Make or Break an Innovation?

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Because everyone within an organization is responsible for sharing improvement and innovation ideas, effective storytelling techniques can facilitate meaningful team feedback and project leadership.

Three Things You Must Do Immediately as a New Leader

I often tell my clients that the first 30 days in a new role are the most critical. That’s the amount of time you have to show your team, your manager, and your colleagues what you’ve got as a leader.

Why Great Employees Leave “Great Cultures”

There are three elements to a culture: behaviors, systems, and practices, all guided by an overarching set of values.

The Cost of Caregiving Falls Disproportionately on Women

Female caregivers of people affected by cognitive decline carve out an average of 86 hours per month to accommodate their caregiving responsibilities, compared to 75 hours for men.

Does Grammar Matter Anymore?

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Despite the breakneck speed and laid-back style of even the most professional content these days, grammar still matters. It holds the potential to make or break your career. Here's why.

Companies Are Losing Top Talent Because of Exclusive Behaviors

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Exclusive team behaviors can be painful. It becomes an uncomfortable situation for many. When people do not feel welcomed nor have a sense of belonging, it will cause them to leave.

How a Pilot Program Prepared Morgan Lewis for Remote Work

For this generation of associates, flexibility and remote working are among the key benefits they are looking for when deciding on law firms.