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Explore educational videos on a variety of themes meant to augment your skill-set and unlock your full potential.

Insiders share their secrets to getting on a corporate board, building your network and what to do when you land your first board seat. Panelists include: Dina Dublon, member of the Board of Directors of Microsoft, PepsiCo, Accenture and of Deutsche Bank supervisory board; Sarah Ladd Eames, senior member of the CEO/Board Services, Health Services, and global Life Sciences Practices at Russell Reynolds Associates; Judy Lewent, member of the Board of Directors of GlaxoSmithKline, Motorola Solutions, and Thermo Fisher Scientific Host: Sallie Krawcheck, Chair, Ellevate Network

Knowing how to captivate an audience is an essential skill – and one that can be learned. Whether you’re angling for the corner office, directing volunteers or corralling a family, these industry experts shared how to become a person worth listening to. Panelists: Chris Jansing, Senior White House Correspondent for NBC Jennifer Raab, President of Hunter College of the City University of New York Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code Lesley Stahl, Correspondent for “60 Minutes” on CBS Moderator: Lesley Jane Seymour, Editor-in-Chief of More magazine

Ellevate Pittsburgh held a wonderful charity event to benefit Pittsburgh's local Special Spaces chapter on December 18, 2013. This martini making competition was a fun way to get together over the holidays and make money for a great cause.

Being a good leader can be quite the challenge. If you are anything like my executive clients, you want to be both liked and respected at work. But if you are too friendly, you wonder if you will be respected. And if you are too authoritative, you worry you will be disliked. So, is it better to be feared or loved at work? Watch this quick clip with practical tips for achieving that magical balance between warmth and competence.

Karen is an investment manager, CNBC panelist, philanthropist and New York Times bestselling author. In her book—Finerman's Rules; Secrets I'd Only Tell My Daughters About Business and Life—she covers three major topics: career, money and love, which she shares with us here.

A conversation with Betty Liu, anchor of Bloomberg Television's In the Loop with Betty Liu and author of Work Smarts: What CEOs Say You Need to Know to Get Ahead and Susan Lyne, CEO of AOL Brand Group.

Jennifer Williams-Bulkeley teaches us about wine as an asset class as well as some handy tricks when choosing wine for business or pleasure!

Whether your are delivering a presentation on video, participating in a meeting to update managers on an initiative, or trying to persuade in your personal life, you need to make sure that you are clear, concise and compelling! Mary and Jane introduce strategies, tips and techniques that can optimize your communication.

Holly understands the importance of finding both purpose and success in one's career. In an interview with Power Circle Member and Northern NJ Chapter Leader Melanie Herald, Holly shares her own story about connecting the dots between accomplishment and inspiration. She also showed a brief portion of the film, Girl Rising, which she has traveled the globe to produce.

In this career management video blog, I make the case for why you should always return recruiter phone calls even (especially) when you’re not looking for a job.You can read more about this and see 9 other career moves the happily employed should make at:

Multi-tasking. Most of us have heard it's bad for us. Most of us are never going to give it up. Research claims it's frying our brains. If we're not going to quit multi-tasking, let's at least do it smarter -- so we can get more done in less time. This video clip is 2 minutes long -- just enough time for you to send a text or write an email while watching it. Procrastination is worse than multi-tasking. So watch the video now!

Corporate diversity programs are all the rage right now. A good thing, no doubt! Some of these initiatives are merely a nod to the trend while others are having a significant impact on morale, innovation, and profitability. What's the secret to diversity program success? 4 elements, to be exact. Watch this quick video clip to find out if your company's program has them all.