While there are still barriers and misconceptions in the workforce, I feel blessed to live in a time where women are only limited by their personal desire to excel. It’s true there are still times we need to push the barrier and make sure our voices are heard, it’s how you do that, that seems to be the question.
Great presenters know it's about the human connection. Your slides should be visual reinforcement.
Nick Crase, co-founder of King of Pops, urged us to create a culture uniquely yours. Don't just exist. Know who we are and create a vision that gets you where you want to be.
We must build each other up and not tear each other down. We are really better together than alone.
Competition isn't a dirty word. In fact, it's a great way to grow your skills. Just think of how it feels when you find ways to challenge yourself.
At the Newseum, sitting in front of the 9-11 display or walking by a piece of the Berlin Wall, you can’t help but realize that leaders don’t run away silently. Leaders have to act. They are usually the first ones who run toward a problem and give voice to those who have lost theirs.