Monday, February 12, 2018

WEGGinar™: Creating a Workplace that Works:

Joselyn DiPetta, Google and Managing Partner, Present Possibility is passionate about empowering teams and individuals to expand their view of what’s possible. Her focus on women’s leadership, diversity and inclusion, and leadership alignment is a platform for the creation of holistic solutions that transform people and cultures in service of achieving exceptional results.

In this WEGGinar™, Joselyn covers how to:
  • Develop a deeper understanding of diversity and inclusion
  • Understand why diversity and inclusion are critical to successful and sustainable business outcomes
  • Learn about the importance of fostering an environment where everyone can fully contribute
  • Learn about unconscious bias and the importance of addressing it
View the WEGGinar™ by visiting:  It's complimentary thanks to companies who support WEGG: IBM, UPS and Bank of America.

Monday, February 05, 2018

What Women Entrepreneurs Can Do to be More Successful

Kerry Hannon, contributor for Forbes, interviews Carla Harris (pictured), chair of the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC), a 30-year-old, nonpartisan federal group that serves as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners.

One key question:  What can women entrepreneurs do to be more successful?  Harris says:
Women entrepreneurs should leverage the resources already in place, as there are a plethora of supports across the country specific to women business owners. In a thriving ecosystem, there are in-person and virtual incubators and accelerators, SBA resource partners such as SCORE, Women Business Centers and Small Business Development Centers, as well as online educational resources that provide powerful knowledge throughout the business lifecycle.
And of course the Women Presidents' Organization powers prosperity for women business owners too.

Read the entire interview here.

Monday, January 29, 2018

5 Soft Leadership Skills That Affect the Bottom Line and Create Hard Results

Managing the personal portion of leadership while still achieving goals and hitting deadlines requires the art of leadership, as opposed to the science. As the leader, you’re managing for results and outcomes. But results don’t come without relationships, connections and personal investment.

If you’re not getting the results you want, it may be the soft stuff that you’re lacking.

Here are the five soft leadership skills that affect the bottom line the most directly, and how leaders can develop them.

Read more:  5 Soft Leadership Skills That Affect the Bottom Line

Monday, January 22, 2018

In the Digital Economy, Speed Matters

According to an MIT Sloan Management Review article, Jeanne Ross says, "To keep pace with customer demands and competitor moves, companies must be able to quickly experiment with a potential offering and, depending on customer response, continuously enrich and scale that offering, or discard it and move on to the next experiment."

Ms. Ross claims that innovating at speed means utilizing empowered teams that are aligned to achieve company-wide objectives.

Read more about how to empower your teams and architect your company for agility.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Find Finance. Find Mentors. Find Balance.

Women entrepreneurs face many challenges when they start companies.  That said, to make it easier on women, all companies should be supporting the move towards more diverse perspectives and inclusive attitudes at every level of the business world.

As the article below, states, "understanding and quantifying the challenges faced when starting a woman-centric business may help to break down the systematic prejudices and level the playing field for women in the entrepreneurial sector."

Read more about finding finance, finding mentors and finding balance as you build a business.  And of course joining WPO can help you overcome all of these challenges.

Monday, January 08, 2018

A Few Good Winning Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs

Who isn't always looking for a good winning strategy that brings success to a business that much faster?

Here are eight (8) winning strategies from a book, Think Bigger, that will help you enlarge your thought processes on what it takes to run a successful business.

Read:  Winning Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs

Monday, January 01, 2018

Be Unique and Intelligently Greedy When Others are Fearful in 2018

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As Tony Robbins said to entrepreneur and author Tim Ferriss, “Winter is coming.” Everything is cyclical, so make sure you’re prepared to be intelligently greedy when others are fearful. When people are myopically fixated on problems, they often leave opportunities in plain sight.

Read more on what will make your business a success in 2018.

Happy New Year!