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The Three Types of Management: Choosing the Style that Meets Your Needs

Over the past three weeks, I introduced and discussed three types of management.  Each management style is suited specifically to a particular organizational atmosphere and offers different benefits. 
Directive and Permissive Autocractics
Managers who employ the directive autocratic style of leadership tend to stifle the individual growth of those closely involved in the coordination of daily activity [...]


The Introverted Entrepreneur: Lose the Weight

Over the past few weeks, I have unveiled strategies for success for introverted entrepreneurs.  Although popular culture often portrays entrepreneurs as ambitious, tenacious and highly-energetic personalities, many entrepreneurs are reserved individuals with one intense passion.
As an introverted entrepreneur, you must use your passion to guide your business and form goals to map your journey.  As [...]


Unique Qualities of Leadership: Soft Skills

Most managers must balance hard and soft skills.  Female managers often juggle a complex variety of tasks and long-term projects on a daily basis.  To function in a high-paced envrionment, female leaders must rely on the skills, expertise and dedication of their employees.
Peter Drucker best explains the importance of soft skills in his work, “The [...]


The Single Parent: Work at Home Solutions

Women who work from home often struggle with outside interference, particularly from young children.  These distractions come in the form of family needs, household concerns and personal health and maintenance issues.  Emergency situations at home cause employees to re-consider their priorities, often placing quality work and dedication behind the needs of their families.  Overall, these [...]


Behind the Veil: The Symbolism

Mackenzie Carpenter, a reporter for the Post Gazette, published an article titled, “Muslim Women Say the Veil is More About Expression Than Oppression.”  According to Carpenter, “Today, the hijab has taken on a multitude of meanings; perhaps more than it was ever meant to carry.
While some Muslims consider it an expression of modesty and piety, [...]


Female Journalists: Ariana Huffington

Arianna Huffington is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, a nationally syndicated columnist, and author of twelve books. She is also co-host of “Left, Right & Center,” public radio’s popular political roundtable program.
In May 2005, she launched The Huffington Post, a news and blog site that has quickly become one of the most [...]