In this talk, leadership coach Tracey Ward talks to Joya Dass about her seven-step process for building greater self-confidence and combating one’s internal critic.
The CEO of Seramount, Subha Barry here presents the business case of diversity, offering tips and insights into how to bring greater diversity into the workplace, in a way that is beneficial to all.
In this presentation, Todd Henry talks through some helpful practices for leaders as well as tips for how to motivate a team, what success in leadership looks like and how to avoid burnout.
Here are 9 mindset shifts and actions that Michael Port revealed to help us set up our own systems for having a fountain of clients that we love.
David Burkus, keynote speaker, and organizational psychologist, and author of Leading from Anywhere shares his six tips for not only being a more effective leader of a virtual team, but how to be a key contributor to the overall company culture – even when that culture is reduced to Zoom meetings and DM chats.
Here Elizabeth Rowe talks to Joya about becoming a groundbreaking champion of pay equality as well as becoming a life coach and an advocate for other women facing similar dilemmas.
Meha Agrawal, an influential figure in South Asian women’s leadership, is the founder and CEO of Silk + Sonder. Her company produces beautiful bound books for paper and pen journaling as an aid to wellness and productivity.
In addition to the journals themselves, Meha has built a lively online community of journal users who support and encourage one another. In this fireside chat she shares invaluable tips for entrepreneurs launching and growing a new business.
Jen Morilla is the founder of Social Girl Traveler LLC. She teaches and coaches others on how to create a personal brand online and here she shares her top 10 tips on choosing the right equipment for your Zoom or videos.
The pressure is on for us to become more productive with our day. As strong female executive leaders, we want to always put our best foot forward. Our ambitious plan to advance our careers means that we need to do what we can to optimize our days to get things accomplished.
When conflict resolution appears to be a lost art of conversation, it’s important to remember that even difficult conversations can be very impactful for both personal and professional relationships. It is with that goal in mind that Rebecca Maxwell shared her six tips for tackling tough conversations.