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Discover 6 steps to amplifying inclusive leadership at your organization. These steps must start with those who have the power and privilege at the executive level if we ever hope to drive real and sustainable change.
One hundred years ago this year, white women were legally given the right to vote in the United States with the passage of the 19th amendment. This week, we celebrate Equality Day to recognize this milestone.
Resilience is critical to thriving in today’s ever-changing environment. As leaders, we must role-model these behaviors if we hope to have an innovative, engaged and adaptable culture. Here are a few ways to get started.
7 Effective Habits to Incorporate into Your Daily Routine | Improving Your Performance during a Difficult Time
By incorporating these seven habits into your daily routine, you can keep performing at your best, even as you deal with increased expectations and high stress.
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In times of crisis and uncertainty, those who can lead from a place of inclusion and high emotional intelligence will quickly differentiate themselves from those who cannot. As leaders, our teams and organizations are looking to us for inspiration and support during these critical times. How are we rising to the occasion? With these inclusive leadership practices, we can create cultures of inclusion where all voices are heard, and team members can realize their full potential.
This is the first of a three-part series where we will highlight many of the challenges women, organizations and communities face when it comes to advancing women leaders.
Our lack of movement may be negatively affecting the way we lead. Here are a few simple ways that you can introduce movement into your workday–and encourage your team to do the same.
Leaders often feel they need to have all of the answers; that’s why we were promoted, right? Wrong. Leaders need to have great questions and live in a place of curiosity without judgement.
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