The Day My Supervisor Called Me Incompetent

A Bain study attempted to pinpoint the stage where women decided to disengage from an executive career path. Although the same study found that women disengage in the first two years of their career, the middle is where women have increased negative experiences, such as:  ·      The stereotype of not being an "ideal worker" ·      Lack of... Continue Reading →

The Best Way To Handle Your Haters

When you're doing something above the level of mediocrity, people are going to criticize you. Whether or not you let the criticism deter you from moving forward is up to you. I used to be so concerned and hurt when people criticized me, but something magical happened when I stop caring. Either they stopped talking... Continue Reading →

Bosses Drive Employees – Leaders Coach Them

Deloitte’s report of Global Human Capital Trends stated, “Despite the proliferation of leadership fads, there are no shortcuts to building a leadership team that is broad and deep. Building leaders requires more than a portfolio of training programs." People never forget great leaders and the skills learned from them can last a lifetime. Leaders aren’t just born,... Continue Reading →

Is Technology The True Culprit Of Overwhelmed Employees?

Deloitte’s 2014 Global Human Capital Trends report stated, “Sixty-five percent of executives…rated the ‘overwhelmed’ employee an ‘urgent’ or ‘important’ trend, while 44 percent said that they are ‘not ready’ to deal with it." The report also stated, “Senior executives should create a culture that broadens the opportunity for leaders to develop in new ways…continuously coaching and supporting... Continue Reading →

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