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Are you ready to lead?

We inevitably get to a point in life (for some sooner, for others later) when we want to make a difference. That is, we want to lead. In life, at home, or at work. What does it mean to be a leader? Are you cut out to take on the mantle? Ask yourself these 10 […]

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How to Start Envisioning Yourself as a Leader

Eszter Szabo’s talent is helping women envision themselves as leaders. Based in Budapest, Hungary, Szabo leads the General Electric Women’s Network, East Central Region. In fact, she started the hub in Hungary back in 2000. Within two years it became Best in Europe and in 2003 garnered a global award. The secret to her success? […]

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Women in Leadership: Cookie Ruiz

Austin has no shortage of leaders who are respected, and even revered. But it’s safe to say that, among them all, Cookie Ruiz is our most beloved. As executive director of Ballet Austin for 13 years, Cookie Ruiz has successfully led the company, alongside artistic director Stephen Mills, onto the national and international arts scene. […]

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Leadership: Recommended Reading

Emily pinged me on Facebook: “Can you recommend leadership books authored by women? Business leadership would be the general focus. This is a request on behalf of a Texas friend.” You don’t need to ask me twice for a bibliography!!! In fact, that’s what I’ve been developing on my Pinterest page: a series of book […]

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Looking for Leadership Experience? Join a Non-Profit Board

What options do you have when you’re feeling stuck at work? I hear from a lot of women who say they can’t find a way to make the leap from manager to leader. They find themselves in a catch-22: they can’t get promoted without leadership experience, but they have no opportunity to obtain that experience. […]

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What I Learned from Nancy Pelosi, Part II

What I Learned from Nancy Pelosi, Part II NOTE: This post is not about politics. This post is about career development. We’ve all experienced how quickly a job can change. Your position can be irrevocably affected by a new boss, a corporate restructuring, or an economic recession. For Nancy Pelosi, it was the midterm elections. […]

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