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Lucille Rivin \\ Thursday, April 2, 2020

Navigating Information Overload During Coronavirus

During these unusual times, as we take precautions to avoid contact with the coronavirus and keep ourselves and our families healthy, as we try to work and learn remotely when possible, and to keep...

Greg Shamie \\ Wednesday, April 1, 2020

6 Tips to Leading A Virtual Team

This virus, and the impact it’s had on disrupting our daily routines, is unprecedented. Over the past week our entire workforce has been sent home and everyone’s trying to figure out how to navigate...

Christine Courtney \\ Monday, March 23, 2020

Women Of Leadership: Leading and Letting Go

My great great aunt, Eleanor Burke was a suffragette in NYC and with her friends she chained herself to the courthouse gate, was arrested, went on a hunger strike and force fed through pipes - all in...

Erika Petrelli \\ Wednesday, March 18, 2020

A Parent's Leadership

Originally posted May 19, 2015

Lucille Rivin \\ Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Women of Leadership: What Does Taking a Healthy Risk Look Like?

Some colleagues and friends were talking about taking risks, and I said something to the effect that I couldn’t think of a risk I’d taken recently. One of my friends nearly fell on the floor...

Erika Petrelli \\ Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Going Platinum

Originally published October 2, 2015

The Leadership Program \\ Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Women of Leadership: Speaking Up Pays Off

In honor of Women's History Month, all month long we will be focusing on the women in our organization who have taken risks and embraced change that have benefited schools, communities, businesses we...

The Leadership Program \\ Monday, March 9, 2020

Women of Leadership: Creating Change to Amplify Culture

In honor of Women's History Month, all month long we will be focusing on the women in our organization who have taken risks and embraced change that have benefited schools, communities, businesses we...

Ravan McKeithan \\ Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Risk Takers In Black History

Risk taking – is it helpful or harmful? Day-to-day many of us attempt to ‘calculate the risk,’ in any given activity that we are partaking in. From the amount of coffee (or tea) you drink, to the...

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