Find out what you can do to build your self- confidence. All it takes is practise!
Does what we do, our professional status, the level we achieve in the company, the amount of money we make, equate to our self worth?
Great ideas for a 5 step courage and confidence building programme. Find your personal Self Confidence Formula here!
When looking for a mentor what factors should you consider when deciding to select an internal or external mentor.
Elizabeth Williams-Riley is the first Black woman to take the helm of the American Conference on Diversity, in its 66-year history. The New Jersey based non-profit provides diversity trainings for businesses; experiential workshops and youth leadership programs for high school and college students; and professional development workshops for educators.
If you want to grow as a leader, start by assessing your leadership qualities. Identify your strengths. Learn how you use and overuse them. Know which leadership qualities are in shorter supply and develop strategies for addressing them.
I am outraged. BringBackOurGirls. I have a vision that all of us, EVERY PERSON IN THE WHOLE WORLD, is wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the words # BringBackOurGirls, until each and everyone one of the Nigerian school girls is safely returned home. #BringBackOurGirls
Competence and confidence are equal contributors to career success, but when it comes to confidence, there is a confidence gap for women.
Women leaders should, and can, raise the bar for all leaders. Women leaders should, and can, play a role in redefining what is of value and how it's measured, whether in the world of business, government, or the non-profit sector.
Twenty Feet from Stardom, a movie about women backup singers, gets my 3 thumbs up! The music alone is worth your time. The film also sheds a different and very important light, on women in back up roles, whether they're 20 feet from center stage or 20 feet from the C-Suite. It got me thinking about advocating the C-Suite for professional women versus shining a light on the women who are often 20 feet away, barely visible, while making it all happen.