Culture

Of late we have all heard phrases like “The New Normal” and “The New Next” being pushed about like they are the answer to what ails us as a community or society. This morning I started thinking about what social and economic leaders are trying to communicate using the phrases “The New …”. Hearing something […]

Virtual events, meetings, and online communities are not a new idea but with the rise of safety concerns during the COVID-19 outbreak, these are becoming more common. Finding ways to continue to host events, network, and connect with others while obeying social distancing norms can be a challenge but adapting is crucial to our livelihood […]

Women In Business

  Who says women cannot be business owners? Just look at Kendra Scott, Tory Burch, and Estée Lauder to name a few. These women entrepreneurs did not let the glass ceiling affect their goal of owning a business. According to CNBC, “the loan approval rates for women-owned companies are 15 percent to 20 percent lower […]

The Gender Dance In Business

The Gender Dance in Business isn’t about who leads, nor is it about men verses women. Let’s start with some eye-opening facts from the Center for American Progress; Women earn 60% of Masters degrees, over 47% of all law and medical degrees, and 44% of Masters in business degrees. Women hold 14.6 % of Executive […]

Engaged Leader

Today is the last episode of the story, clarifying the differences between an Engaged Leader and a Disengaged Leader. The Link to Part 1 The Link to Part 2 The Link to Part 3 Learn the Fate of Duke I appreciate you reading this story. Today we will reveal for you the Fate of Duke, Princess […]