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What are the secrets of successful business leaders? What does it take to get ahead? We heard from two successful women about the highs and lows of being the boss and what it takes to get there.
By Sallie Krawcheck A fit with a company’s culture is of huge importance to an individual’s success. But the interview process is a bit like speed-dating, with only superficial impressions pos...
We are in a bull market for advice to women on how to get ahead in their companies. For most of my career, I lived it. I worked in some of the most male of companies (ok, I never worked for Twitter.)
Ask the question “How do you hire?” and you most often get an answer that concludes with “and that’s how I find the best person for the job.” That's not how I hire.
Why do some people rise to the top, while others sink to the bottom? In today’s dramatically reconfigured world, success is increasingly dependent on how we interact with others.
By Sallie Krawcheck This post is part of a series in which LinkedIn Influencers pick one big idea that will shape 2014. See all the ideas here. 2014 may be the year in which investin...
To a standing room only crowd (note to self: bigger room next time), acclaimed hedge fund manager, tv host, and author Karen Finerman candidly shared her “secrets” with Sallie Krawcheck.
By Sallie Krawcheck If you employ and manage people in a high-performance culture, there is one near-certainty. Some of them will quit or be fired. And there’s another near-certainty. It can...
Congratulations! You just received your first big promotion. Woo hoo!! Chances are you’re about to make one of these rookie mistakes.
The economic power of women is huge. Women control the majority of personal wealth in the United States, own businesses that contribute $3 trillion, and that's only the beginning.
By Sallie Krawcheck Have you ever been embarrassed – truly embarrassed – at work? I remember being a young research analyst, only several months into the job, talking into the microphone at ...