Tag Archives: leadership

support

5 Ways Leaders Can Truly Support Their People

An investment in your team is an investment in the future of your business

This advice can be easily implemented into your company’s strategy to help you form an…

By Selena Hill

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corner office

From Race To Office Politics, What Really Happens In The Corner Office

Nationwide’s Gale King and AT&T’s Cynthia Marshall Share Rules of Success and Survival in Corporate America

A panel of experts at the 2017 Women of Power Summit offered attendees an insider’s…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Lucinda Cross

Lucinda Cross Knows What It Takes to Be a Queen Boss

Lucinda Cross, the "Queen Boss," discusses her personal and professional journey

Bestselling author Lucinda Cross describes her personal and professional evolution in this interview, which underscores…

By Patrice Tartt

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Beauty Pageants

More Black Girl Magic is Needed in Beauty Pageants

There are several reasons why more African American women should consider competing for titles

Beauty pageants are more than just winning a crown and sash. It is big business…

By macklinc

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black women

5 Leadership Tips for Female CEOs

Here are five things female executives should consider, when implementing effective leadership tactics

Many female executives are breaking the glass ceiling and leading successful business all across the…

By Stephanie Chung

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vision

4 Spiritual Ways to Bring Your Vision to Reality

When God opens a door for your vision to come to pass, nobody can close it

Pastor Marcus Gill, a Millennial who is making major moves, shares fours tips that he…

By Patrice Tartt

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young entrepreneur

5 Essential Business Tips for Young Entrepreneurs

Learn how to achieve a healthy work-life balance, exceed sales goals, and manage a successful, growing team

These five key tips will help young entrepreneurs begin their journey to achieve a healthy…

By Stephanie Chung

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leaders

Novice To Leader: 5 Tips to becoming a Leader of Your Own Life

Learn the key elements to being a successful and effective leader--personally and professionally

Ready or not 2017 is here and now is the time to learn the keys…

By Cameka Smith

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Books

7 Business Books to Drive Your Success in 2017

Find inspiration and learn a few hacks that will help you change your daily habits in these books

Here are the top 6 business books from 2016 that will lead to a successful…

By Lynne d Johnson

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Why We Should Be Grateful for Our “Haters”

Critics can't hurt you unless you let them. But people cosigning on everything you do can kill you

For some people, the thought of having haters is as fascinating as wondering about life…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Books

5 Books to Keep From Failing in Business During 2017

Turn your New Year's resolution ideas for 2017 into an actionable plan, with these five insightful must-reads

The New Year is upon us. For many people that means a set of resolutions…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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office communication

5 Steps to Building and Managing a Winning Sales Team

Building an excellent sales team is a key factor for business success

What makes a business successful? One of the key factors is an excellent sales team.…

By Stephanie Chung

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leadership

A Lesson in Leadership: The Littlest of Things Are the Biggest of Things

Why settle for being a great manager, when you can be a great leader?

There is a difference between management and leadership. Rita Mitchell of First Tennessee Bank discusses…

By Rita P. Mitchell, CRC®

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magical thinking

How Magical Thinking Opens the Door to Success

Magical thinking isn't about wishing or hoping; it’s about having a clear vision and taking action

In this article, we’ll explore magical thinking, what it is, and how it works so…

By Elisha Lowe RN, BSN, MBA

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aggressive

It Isn’t a Bad Thing to Be Aggressive

The benefits of being aggressive greatly outweigh the potential downsides

Although aggression is often viewed negatively, being aggressive also offers numerous advantages over being laid-back…

By Stephen L. Ball

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industry

How to Position Yourself as a Leader in the Workplace

Tips on how to position yourself as an expert in your industry

Here are some fundamental steps you should take in order to become respected as an…

By Cameka Smith

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Paycheck

Tired of Living Paycheck to Paycheck? Escape Now

Because exhibiting champagne taste while on a beer budget can be detrimental to achieving your financial goals

If you are tired of feeling like you don’t have enough to save or spend…

By Ashley M Fox

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leadership

Top 3 Skills Necessary for Effective Leadership

What really makes a good leader?

Check out this brief list detailing what really makes for good leadership and the top-level…

By Black Enterprise

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leadership

Georgia State Rep. LaDawn Blackett Jones Balances Life and Leadership

How to create harmony at home and in the workplace

Georgia State Representative and Attorney at Law, Ladawn Blackett Jones discusses balancing life and leadership…

By Daron Pressley

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Workaholics

A Workaholics Wake-up Call: Why Skipping Vacation for Work is a Bad Idea

The benefits of taking time off go beyond your physical and mental well-being

Life Coach and Founder of Captain’s Chair Coaching provides insight for workaholics to consider for…

By Jason Dukes

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