Monthly Archives: March 2013

Leadership Tutorial II (for women): To Be Nice or Not To Be

Last night I was reading chapter 3 of Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg.  Like prior chapters, there’s good information within it.  Much of it has been known for some time, but Sandberg has a way of communicating her ideas conversationally. … Continue reading

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Leadership Tutorial 1 (for women) — Getting Your Work Noticed

Following from a tweet, some additional thoughts on getting your work noticed: I’ve begun reading Lean In and it’s going well.  Author Sheryl Sandberg stuck her neck out when she clearly didn’t need to do so.  I know what that’s like … Continue reading

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When and How Women Should Say “No” to Go-Nowhere Projects at Work

I posted a blog today on Huffington Post in response to views Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, has expressed in advance of the release of her new book, Lean In.  In part of that blog, I wrote about how important … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Gossip

Sharing here a Harvard Business Review blog by Amy Gallo on gossip.  It’s one of those facts of life.  There are some useful comebacks here, too, for when you don’t want to be manipulated into being part of someone else’s … Continue reading

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