What We’re Reading: February Edition

By Jessica Gendron, President I had a dilemma: I found myself inundated with book recommendations from friends, colleagues, social media, etc.  My Audible and Amazon Wish List’s were getting longer and longer – yet I had no clarity on what to read next or titles that would be totally worth my precious 1 credit a month on Audible. I wanted to offer my fellow business book nerds and gender...
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Five Ways to Make Terminations Kinder (From Someone Who’s Been Terminated)

Five Ways to Make Terminations Kinder (From Someone Who’s Been Terminated) By Shannon Stroud, Outplacement Director I read this article about making the process of terminations kinder, (read here). I agree with much of what was written, yet felt like it was still missing something. That prompted me to create my own list of ways employers can terminate people in better, kinder ways. Before we...
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Workplace Blind Spots & Michael Bloomberg’s Candidacy for President

What Mike Bloomberg’s Presidential Candidacy Teaches Us About Workplace Blindspots. By Jessica Gendron, President Last week was Michael Bloomberg’s first time on the democratic debate stage and by all accounts, the other presidential candidates came out swinging at him like a boxer from the corner of the ring. At one distinct point, Elizabeth Warren confronted Bloomberg’s alleged...
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So What, You’re a “Best Place to Work”.  Are You a Great Place for Women to Work?

So What, You're a “Best Place to Work”.  Are You a Great Place for Women to Work? By: Jessica Gendron, President The Center for Leadership Excellence     Me:  Tell me about your organization’s culture. Business Leader:  Well, we’re a “Best Places to Work”.   There’s an overwhelming sense of pride that an organization – and its employees – possess when they’ve...
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