How To Lead
Written by Wendy Bowman Tuesday, April 02 2013
Best Buy recently announced that they were restricting their employees’ option to work from home. Ironically, Jody Thompson and Cali Ressler developed their Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) – which is predicated on the idea that each person is free to do what they want, when they want, as long as the work gets done – while working in management for Best Buy.
Written by Jan Turner Tuesday, March 19 2013
Go behind-the-scenes at the upcoming Womenetics Academy, “Build Your Innovation Net Worth,” presented in Atlanta and Chicago by Susan Reed, an innovation expert who has worked with Disney, General Electric and Wachovia. Her goal: “to have each person leave more valuable than when she or he came in the door. Participants will take away a tool set that they can put to work that very day if they choose, generating concrete results.”
Written by Linda Galindo Tuesday, March 19 2013
Park City’s Linda Galindo is known as an “accountability thought leader” and yet she credits her success to a long-running bout with what she now refers to as “self-inflicted failure and disappointments.” Here, Galindo shares how she went from the former self-proclaimed “Queen of Poor Me” to embracing a mindset of accountability that has fueled her success. Her transformation began with one question that she is ready to ask you.
Written by Jacki Zehner Tuesday, March 19 2013Jacki Zehner, CEO of Women Moving Millions, offers her take on the tremendous response to Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, “Lean In.”
Written by Osayi Endolyn Tuesday, March 12 2013
"Be incredibly decisive,” says Linda Sawyer, CEO of Deutsch, Inc. North America. As one of the few women who has made it to the top of the advertising industry, she is in a coveted position. Here, she tells us how going over marketing briefs with her father as a preteen led to joining Deutsch 23 years ago, where she has watched the company grow from 40 employees in 1989 to more than 1,000 today.