Accelerate Your Influence and Impact on April 22nd at the 2014 Invent Your Future Silicon Valley Conference Reignite your career with success tips from internationally-acclaimed authors and business experts SAN CARLOS, Calif., April 7, 2014 – Invest in yourself and … Continue reading →
Chart your success path in 2014! We’re excited to share a complimentary replay of our Fall conference keynote luncheon featuring Sydnie Kohara in conversation with Martha Stewart and “Queen of Madison Avenue” Charlotte Beers. Watch and enjoy their leadership lessons … Continue reading →
by David Tully Part of the IYF Guest Bloggers series. “Inspire a generation” has been the motto of this summer’s London Olympics and I think there are lessons to be learned from the games for building your business. Without question, … Continue reading →
Part of the IYF Guest Bloggers series. Cross-posted from “Career Wisdom,” the blog of Caroline Dowd-Higgins. This blog title resonates so clearly for many of us and happens to be the title of Charlotte Beers’ new book. Former Chairman and … Continue reading →
Part of the IYF Guest Bloggers series.Cross-posted from “Career Wisdom,” the blog of Caroline Dowd-Higgins. It was the brainchild of my friend and mentor, Deborah Collins Stephens and it took 3 years from our first Starbucks meeting to produce the … Continue reading →
Part of the IYF Guest Bloggers series. Deborah Stephens details five leadership lessons from Charlotte Beers. Cross-posted from Deborah’s blog.
Charlotte Beers broke the glass ceiling before we knew there was one. As former Chairman and CEO of Ogilvy and Mather and appointed by Colin Powell as Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy, Charlotte is one of the most successful women in the world.Admitting that her biggest failure in life has been retirement, Charlotte now spends her time helping women break through barriers, many of which Charlotte believes are self-imposed. It’s a process she describes as “becoming leaderly.” Here are five lessons from Charlotte Beers that can help any woman unleash the leader within:
Part of the IYF Guest Bloggers series. Cross-posted from Deborah’s blog.
Betsy Myers has served two Presidents. As a senior adviser on women’s issues under President Bill Clinton and Chief Operating Officer for President Barack Obama’s campaign, Betsy has experienced leadership at the highest levels. In her latest book, Take The Lead Betsy says that her curiosity has framed her leadership efforts. Questions such as: Why is it that some people challenge us and motivate us to rise to our best abilities, while others seem to drain our energy and spirit? What is that particular quality people have that causes others around them to fully engage and feel connected?