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Create greater clarity to take your next business steps by tapping into visual and kinesthetic processing strategies which keep you centered.
Refreshing your image can be a fun way to kickstart the new year, especially if you're starting or feeling stuck in your career change or pivot.
To grow as a leader, people say you have to get out of your comfort zone - but what does that even mean?
Join us for our First Friday Virtual Chat on February 4! These monthly connections are a community favorite – topics rotate monthly, but no matter what you’ll find connections, ideas, and fellowship.
You need feedback to get better at what you do, but giving and receiving feedback are skills that need to be learned and practiced to make them effective.
We all experience roadblocks, but it's up to us how we react to them.
Your number one takeaway from this discussion will be: Always. Prep. For. Interviews. Learn how, and then put those tips into action with the other attendees in breakout rooms.
Networking with a twist of learning. Join other Ellevate members with interest in the same topic. Share your questions, thoughts, or what you’ve heard on recent podcasts. Each month is a new topic.
You know those kinds of meetings were you finish and think to yourself "that could have been an email" or "I will never get back that hour of my life?" Yeah, let's not do those anymore.
When it comes to making a career change, your resume and tactical experience is only half the process -- it's also about the story behind your career journey so far.
As a leader you have to balance your own work with that of your team. Learn how to be a good team member while being a strong team leader.
Join us for our First Friday Virtual Chat on March 4! These monthly connections are a community favorite – topics rotate monthly, but no matter what you’ll find connections, ideas, and fellowship.
You don't just have to be a leader, you have to act like one. Executive presence and projecting confidence will be an asset as you build your personal brand.
The Great Resignation is real, and as a manager it's up to you to build an engaging team culture to retain your employees.
Thinking about joining the Great Resignation? Take some time to think it through.