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Studies Reveal that College Women Work Harder Than Men - Is This Good News for Women?

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They are learning to network and forming a network which will benefit them in the early years of their careers. The "young boys network" becomes the "old boys network" Few women leave college and embark on a career with any kind of network - that can support them in entering the work force and continue to support them in continuing their careers. And for those of us, who are already embedded in our careers, take heart.

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Saying Good Bye To Great Women

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Rona seemed quiet, and somewhat introverted, considering that she had broken new ground with her first novel in 1958 "The Best of Everything" which told a dramatic story about career women of that day. Looking back I remember t reading the strip on Sundays when the gorgeous flame-haired Starr was out covering stories -- showing the glamorous life of a career woman - at a time when most women were house wives. We have lost many great women in 2005.

What I Learned About Networking When I Asked a Stranger for a Kidney

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About Lisa Petrilli Twitter, LinkedIN, EMAIL Lisa Speaking Hire Lisa RSS What I Learned About Networking When I Asked a Stranger for a Kidney 25 May It was June of 2006. Please let me know how I can be of help to you and I wish you all the very best at this exciting time in your career!

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The perils of starting your career in a recession

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It's widely regarded that starting ones career in a recession can severely hit your bank balance. Research conducted in 2006 for instance suggests that you can suffer for a decade before your earnings get back on track. How does a recession impact upon their career? The research suggests that executives who begin their career during a recession generally rise to the top of the career ladder faster than peers who began their career during boom times.

How to Establish Thought Leadership? Interview With Dr. Liz Alexander


Thought leadership is important for building careers and for building organizations. Tanmay Vora] Liz, when I started my own blog in 2006, I had no idea about the concept of thought leadership.

Great Quotes: Super Seven From The Collection of Michael Wade


Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Great Quotes: Super Seven From The Collection of Michael Wade Michael Wade is a GREAT blogger I have been following since 2006. He was the first blogger to have linked back to this blog way back in 2006. He provides very interesting commentary, shares some fantastic resources and thoughts on his blog Execupundit. Whenever I need some inspiration, I refer to “Quote of the day” series on Michael’s blog. You know what?

CEOs Who Began Their Careers During Booms Tend to Be Less Ethical

Harvard Business Review

” Imagine you were sitting in the audience that day, about to begin constructing your career. CEOs who began their careers in prosperous times tend to use riskier financial strategies than CEOs who first entered the workforce in recessions. Based on these previous findings, we wondered: Would CEOs who began their careers during boom times be less ethical? Quite simply, CEOs who began their careers in a boom were more likely to cheat.

Boost Your Career with Social Media: Tips for the Uninitiated

Harvard Business Review

There is a lot of advice out there about keeping your online activity from hurting your career. To make the most of social media to further your career, you need to make a conscious choice to use it for professional purposes, understand what your goals are, and then actively manage your digital footprint. When it comes to advancing your career, there are three things social media is particularly suited for: Building your personal brand. "It

5 Key Lessons From Learning Organizations


In my career so far, I have (broadly) seen two kinds of organizations. Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer 5 Key Lessons From Learning Organizations Problems, challenges and inefficiencies (in one way or the other) are a part of any organization. How organizations deal with them makes all the difference. First are the ones who know the problem areas, but are not willing to invest in having the necessary structure to prevent them in future. So, they try to correct it instead.

Personal Leadership Book: Behavioral Styles


Understanding self and others is not only important to your career, it is important to your life.

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Facing Challenges | N2Growth Blog

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Regardless of where you are in your life and your career, I can promise you one thing; you will consistently be faced with challenges and obstacles along the way.

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A Leadership Key To Success: Don’t Do Second Things First

Terry Starbucker

They used to be my constant companions earlier in my career, before PCs, smart phones, laptops, and tablets. Mary’s University in San Antonio – I wrote another piece about him and his remarkable teaching methods for Rosa Say’s blog, way way back in 2006).

The Aim Should be the Best Life – Not Work v. Life Balance

Curious Cat

It may be you dedicate quite a bit of effort to your career for a few years at the expense of other things you would like to do based on the belief it will pay off in the long run. I do also know some people that are pretty happy and basically don’t have much investment in their career.

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Drinking the Talent Kool-Aid | N2Growth Blog

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Toxic Work Environments | N2Growth Blog

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Organizations can no longer guarantee work and careers, even if they want to.

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Gandhi, Leadership And A Fews Lessons On Simplicity


Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Gandhi, Leadership And A Few Lessons On Simplicity I have been a great admirer of Mahatma Gandhi - one of the greatest leaders India has ever produced. I recently visited Sabarmati Ashram , one of the residences of Gandhi, where we got a glimpse into Gandhi’s life as a national leader.

QAspire Blog: Practical Insights on Quality, Management.


So, here are three posts from Great Leadership blog that I enjoyed the most in 2010: “ The Best Career Advice You Will Ever Get ” - I loved reading all parts and I think you should too. Some very valuable career advice there. Tags: carnival , management improvement Career Related , Managing People , Round Ups | Tanmay December 30, 2010 2 Comments By John Hunter , January 2, 2011 @ 11:40 pm Thanks for participating in the year in review.

Managing Board Relations | N2Growth Blog

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link] Rob Hiliard Mike: Priceless and savvy advice – If only I’d had this insight early on in my career as a CEO I would have been spared a lot of pain and suffering.

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Humility and Leadership | N2Growth Blog

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Loyalty vs. Tenure | N2Growth Blog

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Looking For Leadership

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Leaders and non-leaders alike need career-pathing, training and development.

Bell Labs Designing a New Phone System Using Idealized Design

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Of course, many managers don’t even try to learn from 5 leading management thinkers to do their jobs better over their career. they would be far ahead of the path they are now for their career.

Why You Need an Executive Coach

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Guest post by Bonnie Marcus : I earned my certification as an executive coach in 2006. Finally having a coach as a career partner helps executives cope with ongoing stress. is the President of Women’s Success Coaching, where she helps professional women advance their careers.

Bonus or No Bonus? | N2Growth Blog

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Leadership & Initiative Overload | N2Growth Blog

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Quality? Excellence? What?


Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Quality? Excellence? What? I was casually discussing quality and excellence with one of my old friends. We were exchanging our ideas on these topics, when I realized that he used the words quality and excellence interchangeably. This led to some more thinking and here’s what I realized: Quality is generally extrinsic. It is driven by external demands. We implement best practices in line with industry standards.

The Disconnected Leader | N2Growth Blog

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Your Life's Work Discovered

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A 2006 Gallup poll of 1,004 adults, the most recent it has done on the subject, found that 33% of Americans said the following statement “applies completely” to them: “I have had a profound religious experience or awakening that changed the direction of my life.”. Books Career Ethics Memes Myths Personal Life Religion Self-Awareness Skills Success What is Work life Americans Andrew Newberg college student Gallup poll life review near-death experience

The Dos and Don’t of Managing Office Characters

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As a former CEO, Judy has been a Certified Professional Coach since 2006 and assists leaders and career seekers to develop and reach stretch goals. Guest post by Judy Nelson Let’s face it, every office has, at least, one character. If they’re harmless and carry their load, most coworkers tolerate characters or even protect them. If they’re abrasive and add to the burden of others, coworkers don’t—and you might have a tricky situation on your hands.

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8 Traits of Ineffective Leaders | N2Growth Blog

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Leadership and Opportunity | N2Growth Blog

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Gratitude - 2010


Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Gratitude - 2010 I am filled with gratefulness as I think about 2010 coming to an end. The reason I love blogging is that while I express myself, I meet some very interesting people - meet them through the words we write and through our passion of sharing ideas to make a small difference in the world we all live in.

Female Leadership on the Decline in Canada :: Women on Business

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found that the number of women in top executives positions in Canada has fallen over the past year from 37 women in the highest-paying executive jobs in 2006 to just 31 in 2007.

Intellect…an Asset or Liability? | N2Growth Blog

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What’s the Biggest Idea in Corporate Culture Today?

Marshall Goldsmith

It means you’re probably going places in your career. When he took over as Ford’s CEO in 2006, the company was in dire straits, with market share down 25 percent since 1990 and its very existence threatened by the great recession. The practice of executive coaching introduced corporate culture to an exciting new idea: the end of shame. Under the guidance of a coach, it’s OK to admit what you don’t know and ask for help.

A Worthy Goal for 2011 and Beyond


Tags: 2011 , Excellence , improvement , Leadership Career Related , Great Quotes , Improvement & Development , Leadership , Process Improvement , Quality , Self Growth | Tanmay January 3, 2011 7 Comments By Jay Chhaya, January 3, 2011 @ 12:01 pm Sir, Excellent note to share on the start of new year.

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