Women Who Lead: Sallie Krawcheck

In this video Sallie Krawcheck, the chair of Ellevate Network and Ellevate Asset Management and past CEO of Merrill Lynch and Smith Barney, talks about the power of diversity. We are thrilled to be partnering with 92nd Street Y to present "Women Who Lead," a unique women’s leadership video series featuring inspirational and powerful female [...]

2019-09-12T16:08:35-04:00October 30, 2017|Videos|Comments Off on Women Who Lead: Sallie Krawcheck

Delivering Happiness

by Tony Hsieh Have you ever wished you could work with your friends and run a business based on truly shared values? For employees of Zappo’s, this place is real. In Delivering Happiness, Tony Hsieh leads us through the risks he made and how his devotion to building an authentic company culture paid off, in billions. [...]

2019-09-12T15:38:00-04:00October 18, 2017|Books|Comments Off on Delivering Happiness

The Inevitable: 12 forces

by Kevin Kelley Kevin Kelley’s book reminds us how rapidly our world is changing. Experts predict, before the end of this century, 70% of jobs will likely be automated. If this stat scares you, don’t worry yet, Kelley’s book suggests the creation of entirely new roles and industries to support automation. If you want a [...]

2019-09-12T15:42:40-04:00October 18, 2017|Books|Comments Off on The Inevitable: 12 forces

Designing Your life

by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans This book comes from a popular undergraduate design class at Stanford led by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans. One of the main themes is the suggestion to to reframe dysfunctional beliefs such as these: It’s too late to design a life I love Your degree determines your career To be [...]

2019-09-12T15:43:20-04:00October 18, 2017|Books|Comments Off on Designing Your life

End of Average

by Todd Rose Have you ever felt down because your life has not followed the traditional path of school, college, great career, marriage, kids, etc? Todd Rose, failed class after class, dropped out of high school with a 0.9 GPA, was holding minimum wage jobs to support a wife and son and was referred to [...]

2019-09-12T15:43:50-04:00October 18, 2017|Books|Comments Off on End of Average

High Output Management

by Andy Grove Andy Grove’s book High Output Management is considered a top management book by insiders in Silicon Valley. As your read how Andy Grove managed Intel, you will be reminded of basic management responsibilities such as ensuring you have a process to fix problems at the lowest stage possible before more time and resources [...]

2019-09-12T15:51:05-04:00October 18, 2017|Books|Comments Off on High Output Management

First Break All The Rules

From Gallup  If you are managing people, you are likely to find some great advice in this book. Based on research studies from 80,000 manager across 400 companies, the information in this book will help you select the right people in the role, prioritize where you spend your time and how you motivate people on your [...]

2019-09-12T16:03:05-04:00October 18, 2017|Books|Comments Off on First Break All The Rules

How Women Decide

by Therese Huston In How Women Decide, Therese Huston has delivered a guidebook to understanding the strengths women bring to decision making. If you have doubted your ability to make decisions, Therese’s offers research that shows men and women have an equally hard time making decisions. However, under specific conditions, the ways women and men make [...]

2019-09-12T16:03:45-04:00October 18, 2017|Books|Comments Off on How Women Decide

There’s Nothing Nice About Burning Our—Three Ways to Overcome it Now

by Dana Campbell, New York-based Career Strategy and Burnout Coach, Yogi and Stress Resiliency Expert Secure your oxygen mask before helping others. How many times have you heard this simple instruction? Even if you aren’t on an airplane very often, I bet you know it well. And yet, something happens when you step off [...]

2019-09-12T15:21:54-04:00October 17, 2017|Articles|Comments Off on There’s Nothing Nice About Burning Our—Three Ways to Overcome it Now
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