Category: Leadership

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Menopause and Workplace Health: 5 Tips for Menopausal Leaders to Thrive in Business

When women in business mature and reach those life-changing years, they tend to become even bolder, more courageous, but also more generous and kind. When women reach menopause, their bodies and their beliefs tend to change, but through adversity, we tend to rise and become better than we once were. That said, sometimes even though we were expecting it, menopause and all that it entails tends to come at us like a freight train in the middle of the night.

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7 Tips for inculcating an influential body language

Body language is an important tool of non-verbal communication, which has a significant impact on your professional life. Whether it is a job interview or a presentation at the workplace, good body language possesses the power to help you sail through all such critical occasions with success.

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3 Things Leaders Do To Make Sure To Sleep Well

Sleep is one of the most important things people need to survive and thrive in life. With this being the case, getting the right amount of high quality sleep is so important to your well-being as a leader.

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5 Ways Leaders Stay Motivated While Working Remotely

You may find yourself having a hard time trying to stay motivated while working from home. Working remotely may be something you’re used to or it could be something that is new due to COVID-19. Either way, sometimes it can be hard to stay motivated.

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3 Tools To Manage Your Productivity As a Leader

A productive individual is one whose effort achieves the purpose of trying out an endeavor in the most effective way possible. I always put an effort to know more about ways to make myself more productive in every area of my life, and since you’re reading this, I’m pretty sure that you’re also putting in an effort to learn ways to be productive.

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3 Types of Fitness That Helps Enable Your Leadership

There are three key factors in increasing your ultimate productivity as a person. Being able to take control of each will allow you to flourish and be your most productive self.

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Lessons in Leadership from poker pro Annie Duke

I recently came across Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Facts, the Wall Street Journal best seller from World Champion poker player Annie Duke, and found it was packed full of insights and advice that could easily be applied to leadership positions in any industry.

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How Leaders Prioritize With a Purpose

I like to think of myself as a productive person. I have a list of tasks and prioritize to get those tasks accomplished. However, I have suffered failures by not defining my productivity for a specific purpose.

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3 Leadership Lessons I’ve Learned Working From Home With Kids

Watching over your children and still remaining productive is a big challenge of working from home. What are the tricks to work from home and continue to lead by example both at home and in the workplace?

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How to Successfully Implement Change in the Workplace

An organization without effective leadership is unlikely to be able to successfully implement change in the workplace. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to adopt and cultivate the characteristics and trademarks of successful change leadership.