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.
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.
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.
As a leader, it’s common to get burned out. In this day and age of non-stop Zoom calls, no networking, no water cooler and no office, the fatigue is REAL. How do you stay inspired to drive growth and innovate your business?
Allison Holzer, author of the book ‘Dare to Inspire,’ shares 5 ways to stay inspired at work.
Working from home, especially during these challenging times, requires that we become intentional about how we spend our time. Remaining productive while managing work, family, and life, in general, requires that we master our time by setting clear boundaries. Only by paying attention to the way that we work, and by being protective of our time can we set ourselves up for success.