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Andrea Kayne
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Kicking Ass in a Corset: What Jane Austen teaches us about cultivating women leaders in a post-COVID world

What can organizational leaders learn from an unemployed, unmarried woman who lived more than two hundred years ago? As it turns out, a great deal. Jane Austen offers organizational leaders six tools for cultivating a post pandemic culture that develops, inspires, and sustains women leaders no matter what  constraint they...
Art And Culture

Choose to Be Open to Lessons Wherever They Find You

Life’s greatest lessons don’t typically come from acts of intentionally seeking knowledge, so much they come when knowledge unintentionally finds us. Education scholar John Dewey identified this phenomenon as collateral learning. In his groundbreaking book, Experience & Education, Dewey wrote: “Collateral learning in the way of formation of enduring attitudes,...
CEO Spotlight

Does it Have to Be So Lonely at the Top?

Being a CEO is often described as exhilarating, rewarding, difficult, stressful, and challenging.  Lonely isn’t usually on that list, but let’s face it, it might as well be. Loneliness is a real feeling, and it goes with job, affecting most leaders sooner or later. In fact, Harvard Business Review’s first...
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