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Balance Between Powers

Over the past two weeks, I have touched on the two types of power that are indicative of management styles: right-handed and left-handed power. Right-handed power is characterized by a downward, authoritative style of management. With open doors and open minds, left-handed power seeks to empower employees from the root of an organization. [...]


Staying Ahead: The Chess Game

By gathering key market intelligence, you will stay ahead of the cutting edge trends in your business sector. Just like a game of chess, you must anticipate your business opponents’ moves to be able to protect the position of your products and services; you can only do this by understanding the strategic direction of [...]


Passion, Passion, Passion: Keeping It Alive

Leaders who exude their business passion create an excitement that is utterly contagious. When a manager shares her enthusiasm and energy, employees cannot help but feel that truly great things are possible. The key to keeping your business success alive is to reinvigorate your passion and drive with innovative and exciting ideas for [...]


Five Things You Must Never Ignore

Many professional women place work and family ahead of themselves. As a result, key symptoms indicating that your body and mind are heading towards burnout or breakdown are often ignored. This week, I offer you five things you should never ignore when considering your physical and mental health. Ignoring any one of [...]


Commandment Nine: Choose Devotion to Find True Love

During the time of the Judges, an Israeli family moved from Bethlehem to escape a famine. Indeed, Elimelech, his wife Naomi, and their sons Mahlon and Chilion all immigrated together to the nearby country of Moab. Elimelech died, and his sons married two Moabite women: Mahlon married Ruth and Chilion married Orpah.
Naomi’s two sons died [...]


Women in Finance: The Future of the Industry

In today’s desperate economic climate, the future of the financial sector is uncertain. The Bureau of Labor statistics reports a general increase in the number of women who work in the finance sector, including holding CFO positions, working as certified public accountants or consulting at large. However, in an article published in [...]