Keep it Short: 7 Keys To Maximize Your Remote Meetings As a Leader

It can’t be just about the food anymore. For generations the promise of a great breakfast or lunch served in the conference room could improve the attendance and enthusiasm for a mandatory meeting in the office. But the growth of remote work calls for the likelihood of virtual meetings for many—if not most—of scheduled meetings.

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Separate or Equal: Are Gendered Lists OK Or Just The Best We Got?

Barbara Rentler is the only one in the room. As social media has made mostly all of us aware, the CEO of Ross stores is the only woman who made it to the recent Forbes list of 100 "Most Innovative" business leaders in America. According to Business Insider, “The rankings are presented by HSBC Bank and are prefaced by the question, ‘Who are the most creative and successful business minds of today?’"

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Balancing Act: Serial E-Commerce Entrepreneur Offers 4 Lessons on Thriving

For someone who planned on being a doctor from a young age, Sabina King has taken a very different route—starting several businesses and earning many stamps on many pages of her passport in the process. A founder and creator of multiple e-commerce business startups, including most recently as co-founder and CEO of HempureCBD, King speaks to a life lived intentionally and without restriction by geography.

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Serena, Bianca, Friends at 25 and 3 Powerful Leadership Lessons From the Woman Who Played Chandler's Father

Some great tennis was played at the U. S. Open last week. While many people were focused on the generational change among the top players — as Serena Williams was defeated as she tried for a historic 24th win by 19-year-old Bianca Andreescu — I was more fascinated by #SisterCourage behavior among the female players. 

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Step Up: 6 Ways To Offer Support For A Colleague’s Fail

In addition to our own professional setbacks, we have all had close friends and colleagues who have failed to get the job, promotion, plum assignment or key client they were counting on getting. Other than a superficial, “Gee, that’s too bad,” how can we best be allies and “success partners” for other women leaders who need the support and encouragement to try again?

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