CAN BEING A MOM HELP MY CAREER? IN CONVERSATION WITH TRACY BROWER Watch the Video We had a fascinating session with Dr. Tracy Brower, sociologist, and author of “The Secrets of Happiness at Work” and “Bring Work to Life.” She believes, supported by a recent study by UK organization (In)Credible, that being a mom or […]
Joya Dass in Conversation with Nidhi Lucky Handa Watch here Today we had a fascinating talk with Nidhi Lucky Handa, who is the founder and CEO of the cannabis brand Leune, based in California. She started her company in 2018, quickly securing seed capital from celebrity investors including John Wall, Rich Paul, and Carmelo and […]
5 Business Lessons from Basketball Pro and Coach Apoorva Muralinath Appoorva Muralinath has a unique career trajectory. When she was growing up, she was largely unaware that her father was an Indian basketball star and an Olympian in his youth. Inspired by this revelation, Muralinath took up the sport herself and discovered she had real […]
10 Tips for Productivity and Time Management, with Clement Kao Clement Kao is the CEO and Founder of Product Teacher, a career coaching company specialising in helping product managers optimize their personal performance, for sustainable success. A common theme Kao encounters is entrepreneurs and founders trying to push multiple tasks over the finish line within […]
Conversations That Matter with Daniel Stillman Click here If you were to boil down the purpose of leadership into two words, you might say that leaders inspire. They must help their teams align in terms of vision, deal with complex issues in a unified manner and help build a creative and inclusive culture. All of […]
Getting Noticed For Your Ideas with Dorie Clark Purchase the Recording Communication Coach and bestselling author (“The Long Game”, “Entrepreneurial You” and others) Dorie Clark has been described by the New York Times as “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives”. She’s worked with clients including Microsoft, Google, Morgan Stanley, Yale […]
McCormick views his role as leader is to support the staff who execute strategy on a daily basis. He believes in demonstrating what’s possible through leading by example. He combines showing with telling – giving employees both the good example and the narrative that explains why it works.
How are you leading? Are you going through the motions and acting like you think a leader should, or are you creating a culture of engagement where every level employee feels valued?
Global human resources and talent development executive Amy P. Kelly presents six tips for building a corporate culture post-COVID-19. Given that we can’t return entirely to the old ways of working, it’s a great idea to step back and use this moment as an opportunity to rethink how we do business whilst protecting and developing our teams.
80% of female business owners say, “it’s not about the money”. However, money brings empowerment. It may not be about personal wealth, but growing the company to a seven-figure business allows you to do so much more with your resources. This may include non-profit ventures and helping a greater number of people, all made possible by accruing profitability.