Pack, tribe, committee of champions, board of advisers – no matter what you call it, you know you need it to be successful.
But did you know how much power is in that pack?
And are you harnessing that power to build success – not only for yourself but in your pack? Continue Reading Are You Harnessing the Power of Your Pack to Build Success?
The internet is overloaded with information, and the growing number of social platforms only means information will keep coming—at an even faster rate than it already is.
How do you make sure your messaging doesn’t get lost in the storm of internet information and algorithms? You already have a strong social presence, you are consistent with email marketing and blogging, and you focus on creating strong and quality content.
So, what could you be missing from your marketing strategy?
For more than 30 years, women have earned more college degrees than men. Yes, you heard that right!
But yet, women remain underrepresented at every level in corporate America.
Companies are feeling the pressure to change, some publicly committing to gender diversity. Is it enough, or is enough enough?
On this episode of Think Tank of Three, a special guest joins the trio, talking about women, equality, and what she’s doing to make a difference.
Giving feedback can be hard and it can be scary. It can be especially awkward when giving peer to peer feedback.
As leaders, we might be comfortable with talking to direct supports but offering feedback to peers can be uncomfortable.
Do you ever find yourself questioning whether it’s your job to give feedback?
Should it come from you?
Should it come from your boss?
Will it be well received coming from you?
Or will it hurt the relationship?
Giving feedback is a critical skill in the professional setting and one that when used effectively can help build trust and effectiveness with your peers. But how?
How do we offer necessary feedback when we’re not the boss?
“Don’t #$% this up. It’s the rest of your life.”
That’s the advice and strategy I received before I headed into a local community college in the northwest suburbs of Chicago to take my ACT.
Women and minorities made history in 2018.
From the first Muslim woman elected to Congress to the first openly gay man to win a governor’s race, it was a big year of firsts. Politics aside, we want to know: with so much forward momentum, what comes next? Some companies are embracing progress, but diversity and inclusion needs to be about more than just good PR.
On this episode of Think Tank of Three, our guest Kim Hafley of Foster Swift Collins & Smith talks about diversity and inclusion, successes, misses and how we can all work to get it right.
The beginning of the year, in fact, the entire first quarter is my favorite time of year. We’re making plans, building out vision and focusing on how we’ll execute on the strategy.
I find this time of year to be invigorating but also overwhelming. The beginning months of the fiscal year means the possibilities are endless. The sky is the limit and I’m always tempted to try and make it bigger this year than last year.
And by February, I’m swimming in the busyness of all of that. Why?
Because no matter what, if you’re not hyper focused on a couple of big initiatives, you’ll get swept away by all the other busy work.
In your career, are you at the decision making table?
Do you know how to GET that seat at the table?
Research tells us that when women are politically and socially engaged, societies are more peaceful and prosperous.
So how do we get there? Today on the Think Tank of Three we have a special guest, Kela Hall, to help us claim our seats at the decision making table.
If you’re a newcomer to the world of business blogging, you may have found yourself wandering the cyber-sphere, looking for tips and tricks that will make your blog shine and attract the right kind of audience. And there are a lot of tips out there. Depending on the article, you could find yourself scrolling through 10, 20, or 50 amazing MUST READ TIPS for your blog!
To cut through the noise, mConnexions has distilled those hundreds of tips into the top three things you need to know to jump-start your business blog and set your business up for success.