Category: Management & Leadership

Pillars of Solid Company Culture

There are few things more important to a company than gaining profits. No matter what it takes (as long as things remain legal), if the future of the business is at risk, company leaders are usually willing to make the changes necessary to alleviate it. Frequently, these changes involve things related to outward-facing presentation to…
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Top Tips For Handling A PR Crisis

We live in an instant society. Within minutes, news about your business can go viral and draw millions of eyeballs. Small and women-owned businesses count on social media platforms to gain the attention of their customers. And, in a perfect world, only your smartest tweets or most compelling videos would gain this much notice. Unfortunately,…
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How Do Cultural Differences Affect Leadership

Culture- The values, ideals, beliefs, and norms of a target market- affects literally everything in the world of business and leadership. What works in the U.S.A, for example, may not work for businesses that are based in other parts of the world. That explains why if you are interested in moving your operations to a…
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Leadership Careers in Medicine & Healthcare

Years ago, when choosing a profession in the medical field, most people would start their career development by heading down one of a few different educational paths. However, as the medicine and healthcare industries have continued to evolve, there are now many different career paths to follow, each of them leading to several different “rewarding…
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How Your Company Can Implement Greener Policies

Image Source: Pixabay How Your Company Can Implement Greener Policies In today’s world, there are few issues more pressing than climate change. The future of our planet depends on everyone — from governments and corporations to individuals. Thankfully, companies have started to take notice of the green movement (https://www.leadershipgirl.com/green-business-growing-trends/) and are finally bowing to mounting…
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5 Ways Women Impact the Workplace

The first African-American woman elected to the U.S. Congress, Shirley Chisholm once said, “If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.”  Women like Shirley have been breaking the glass ceiling and changing the face of workplaces across the country for decades. The U.S. Department of Labor reports there are…
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What to Do If You Witness Harassment in the Workplace

Harassment is a problem that affects the entirety of the workplace, and the ripples of harassment go beyond the victim; it changes the harmony of a workplace and the feeling of safety and security around the office. Even if you’re not the victim, you can be impacted — but the good news is, as a…
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5 Ways Leaders Can Motivate Employees (and Themselves) During Difficult Times

The recession in the late 2000s and early 2010s brought out the worst and best in others. Numerous industries were affected and thousands of businesses across the world were forced to shut down. Due to the economic downturn, the suicide rate dramatically increased signifying the fact that a lot of workers and entrepreneurs did not…
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6 Things Every Good Leader Should Consider

Being a leader is close to being a parent. However, we all know that both represent a double-edged sword. Even if you think you are doing something right, you are actually doing it all wrong. So, what things should a good leader consider if she wants to be as close to excellent as one can…
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Make Deposits To Build Trust

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ In my post about building relationships to build trust, I stated that you have to make deposits with people in order to build trust, and like. In most cases, people take a while to get to know each other. In a professional environment, you are putting people together who otherwise might…
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