Tips to Be a BOSS

A friend who owns an innovative company recently spoke to me about some recent managing challenges. 

 “How do I know if some of these issues are her–or me?” she asked.

Excellent leaders must be humble, compassionate, courageous, trustworthy, visionary, and so many other things. Yet if I had to name critical rules to live and lead by that new managers often struggle with, here’s my Top Five list:

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Tips for the Rough Patches

Is life throwing you a curve ball? Maybe even more than one? We each experience hardship, and it can be difficult to stay positive during those times. Whether you had a bad day at work, can’t seem to get your teenager to say anything remotely respectful to you, or are dealing with something much more serious such as the illness or death of a family member, here are some ideas to help keep you grounded.

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Who's on your Super Hero Team?

Last week one of my daughters told me she was going to see the new Wonder Woman movie. I love super heroes.  I use them often in my coaching as a way for clients to connect with their most powerful selves. All this super hero brain hubbub reminded me of the beautiful words my brother Rocky said at my sister’s funeral almost 6 years ago. 

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Check out our comprehensive and interactive leadership program for both established and emerging leaders in your organization. The mission of FIERCELY FEMALE℠ is to challenge leaders to step outside of their normal way of thinking and into a dynamic space of imagination and fun in order to access intuition and creativity.

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In public speaking and in life, YOU be YOU!

Presenting to a group–love it or hate it? I personally love it, and am definitely an extrovert who enjoys sharing stories, ideas, jokes, as well as, let's face it, the limelight. There are may books, articles, webinars, and audios on how to give great presentations. My tips are certainly not exhaustive, but they may offer some practical and out-of-the-box advice to those who are less comfortable presenting.

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