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How to Maximize Return on Relationship

ROR can lead to better ROI The term Return on Relationship (ROR) has been around for a decade, but many people still do not understand what it means. It is probably the most valuable thing within your organization for improving… Continue Reading →

Coaching in the Workplace

Coach ’em up! A friend of mine named Wendy married her husband in part because of his locker room pep talks.  He is a football coach and perfected the ability to motivate his team with just a few words.  He… Continue Reading →

The Problem with the “Inner” Problem Solver

Lessons Learned A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend company mandated management training. Any training that is “Company Mandated”, for many of us, might generate a vision of boring, non relevant, check-the-box training. While I do not… Continue Reading →

Happy Mother’s Day – Here’s Your Guilt Trip

Happy Mother’s Day! Mother’s Guilt. It is a real thing for working Mom’s around the globe. Mother’s Day should be a time for celebration, but sometimes it can be a reminder of all the times I put work before family…. Continue Reading →

Equal Pay Day

Equal Pay Day Depending on where you live, today is Equal Pay Day.  The actual date differs by country each year because it symbolized how far into the year a woman must work to earn what a man earned the… Continue Reading →

Easy Networking Tips

How can networking boost your career? In your career, you will often find that it’s not what you know but who you know. Making important connections and relationships can only be done with a viable networking strategy. You don’t want… Continue Reading →

Inspiration From My Family

Find Inspiration Everywhere… My grandmother “Nana” is turning 90 this year. That is a huge accomplishment! As I reflect on her life, I realize just how important she is to who I became. My grandmother faced multiple personal challenges in… Continue Reading →

How to Manage Your Time

Time management doesn’t have to be a mystery Regardless of if you are in the C-Suite or just starting out your career as an associate, time management is critical.  You have to be able to prioritize everything that has to… Continue Reading →

A Wish for 2017

To better days! 2016 was a rough year all around.  Politically it was exhausting, famous celebrities that were admired seemed to pass away each week. It was just a really rough 12 months, and many of us faced personal trials… Continue Reading →

Women in Power

Female leadership in the power industry First let me state that this is a personal opinion that is in no way related to the company.I’m just proud of where I work, and I want to let everyone know. Siemens has… Continue Reading →

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