Don’t Let Your Negative Nellie Keep You From Moving Forward

By: Yvette Costa, CEO & President at Full Circle CoachingThat nagging, critical voice in your head is your Negative Nellie. It tells you that you aren’t good enough, didn’t do something right, were wrong to do or say something, or that you don’t deserve what you want. We all have a Negative Nellie. Human [...]

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Where You Start Doesn’t Determine Your Success, but These Three Things Can

By: Gabrielle Ryan, Diversity Initiatives Specialist at RBC Wealth Management I often joke that when it comes to running a business line at a big wealth management firm, I am the least likely candidate for the job. For much of my life, the concept of “wealth” was truly foreign to me. Growing up [...]

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Your Playbook for Surviving Change at Work

By Shanna A. Hocking, Associate Vice President of Development at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Change at work is inevitable. Bosses leave, roles change, and teams are restructured. Even if you know it's coming, you can still feel unprepared. That's because you are hardwired to prefer the world as you know it. I still remember [...]

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New To Being A Manager? This Checklist Will Make You An Effective One

From Fairygodboss.com You just got a promotion and are now faced with the task of managing a whole team (!!) for the first time. It’s an exciting opportunity, but also a challenging one. If you’re feeling a little nervous, that’s understandable — but also know that you have no reason to be if you follow [...]

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How to Take Charge of Your Career

By: Vivian Garcia-Tunon, Founder at VGT Consulting Group I recently had the honor of speaking to a room full of women at Fordham University on Taking Charge of Your Career. The topic was selected specifically in recognition of Women's History Month and to further gender equality. In honor of International Women's Day (#IWD2017), I encourage [...]

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10 Tips on Public Speaking, From the Person Behind the Scenes

By: Maricella Herrera Avila, Senior Director of Operations & Strategy I’ve heard a lot of people speak in public. And I do mean a lot. In person, online, in small group meetings, in large settings, while taping podcasts… the list goes on. Due to my work at Ellevate Network I’m lucky enough to be [...]

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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 [...]

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3 Leadership Secrets I Learned from Steve Jobs

by Kelli Richards, CEO at The All Access Group, LLC Steve Jobs believed that the people you choose to surround yourself with affect the whole ecosystem of your business. The group should always be greater than the sum of its parts. I was lucky enough to work with Steve and other members of Apple’s [...]

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A Different Way to Look at Leadership

by DANIELLE GIBSON, Business & Life StrategistFirst let me start by giving you the definitions of Leadership found on Merriam-Webster.com: A position as a leader of a group, organization, etc.The time when a person holds the position of leaderThe power or ability to lead other peopleObviously there is no disputing these definitions. They all seem [...]

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Five Ways to Manage Fear When You Stretch Outside Your Comfort Zone

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine, Career and Business Coach and Author I thought about writing about growth, since it’s spring, and growth is something that happens when you stretch outside your comfort zone. But the flip side of the positive growth that comes when you stretch outside your comfort zone is the discomfort, even fear, that [...]

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