Social media has allowed us to connect with people we never would have been able to in the past. I recently had the opportunity to interview Jethro DiMeo, who is a Global H.R. strategist in Vienna Austria. With B2C and B2B human resources experience in both the manufacturing and services industries Jethro's background includes multi-industry experience obtained by holding diverse roles in SMB, Mid-market, and international Fortune 500 companies. Here is what Jethro shared about his experience working in Human Resources.. CONTINUE READING
According to “The Status of Women of Color in the U.S. News Media 2018” U.S. media companies have not hired or promoted enough women of color as journalists to allow newsrooms to reflect the perspectives of their readers and viewers.
Thirty year journalism veteran Melanie Eversley shared with me her thoughts on leadership and her experience as a woman of color working in journalism. CONTINUE READING
What is leadership to me? This is a question I am asked frequently based on my workplace experience, my education and learning's, and my business.
I started leading from a very young age. Perhaps a bit informally to begin; although my Grade 1 teacher was pretty clear on the expectations, she had of me when she left the room and put me in charge. Just make sure everyone keeps their head down on their desk and behaves.
An Interview with Jon Macaskill
Jon has served 20+ years s both an enlisted sailor and a commissioned officer in the United States Navy. Recently Jon became the Deputy Executive Director (DED) for Veteran’s PATH - a nonprofit helping veterans rediscover meaning, purpose, and joy through mindfulness, meditation and a safe community.
Jon was gracious enough to share some of his experiences with his military background, mindfulness, and leadership.
Change is also inevitable and the first step in making change work for you is to understand what kind of change it is.
Do women leaders give the same support to other women as their male counterparts?
Employee development can seem overwhelming to leaders but it doesn’t have to be.
Let's stop giving it a voice
We have had such tragedy in this country lately. Men and women killed because of the color of their skin, their sexual identity, affiliation and actions of others. When will it stop?
Boomerang looked at more than 350K email threads, and what they found is that some email closings are better than others in getting a response.
In 2017, 47,173 Americans died by suicide and there were an estimated 1,400,000 suicide attempts .
This powerful piece that aired on CBS Sunday Morning shows how reaching out can make a difference. WATCH NOW
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With Mike Shindler
Host of The Military Wire
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