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APRIL 8, 2012 Where Women Leaders Are Better than Men
I asked the “Freaks” that follow my Facebook page, “What are women leaders better at than men?” Knowing when there is no value in fighting. Understanding when someone just has a crummy day. Understanding the pressures that other women leaders face. Organization and multitasking. Compassion. Empathy. Tenderness.
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- It ain't what you do; it's the way you reflect on it
EXECUPUNDIT Thoughts for Easter
| SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2012
A reading of one of the most memorable parts of C.S. Lewis's book , "Mere Christianity MORE >>
- The distorting effect of output rather than input
Coming from an IT background the notion of output being king rather than input is commonplace. For instance programming work is typically broken down into a series of smaller functions that once developed support the overall application. All of which I broadly agree with. This leads to overconfidence, missed deadlines and unhappy customers. MORE >>
- Phil Libin (Evernote) in “The Corner Office”
Adam Bryant conducts interviews of senior-level executives that appear in his “Corner Office” column each week in the SundayBusiness section of The New York Times. MORE >>
LINKED 2 LEADERSHIP On Leading Like a CPA: A Lesson in Ethics
| SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2012
As in most professions, CPAs can run into ethical dilemmas on a regular basis. However for CPAs, the process for handling the ethical dilemma and the outcome must follow specific guidelines as established by the CPA profession and its regulatory agencies. The AICPA has a Code of Professional Conduct its members, and most other licensed [.]. MORE >>
- My “Favorite” Bubba Joke RON EDMONDSON | SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2012
- Where Women Leaders Are Better than Men LEADERSHIP FREAK | SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2012
- It’s Easter Sunday…and… RON EDMONDSON | SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 2012
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