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Leadership is an art

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“The art of leadership is about liberating people to do what is required of them in the most effective and humane way possible”. This is how Max De Pree explains what is  leadership… Read More

Power Poses – Fake it till you feel it

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Day Two of the WP Carey Business School’s Women’s Leadership Roundtable certainly didn’t disappoint. Keeping the intense momentum as the previous day, the sessions covered topics such as sponsorship and mentorship and the… Read More

Posture is critical to public speaking

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In this blog post and video John Baldoni explains that our body language and posture can affect how our public speeches are received, and offers some simple, yet helpful tips. @rhondajaipaul

Redefining “Power”

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I couldn’t be more thrilled about the opportunity over today and tomorrow to be part of the WP Carey School of Business Executive Education’s Women’s Leadership Roundtable. The objective of the two-day event is… Read More

Arizona’s hot issues: Nogales and Tent City

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When I learned I will spend 9-months of my life in Phoenix as a Humphrey fellow, my first thought about my new American home was what do I know about the state of… Read More

Time in negotiations: do you belong to M or P time culture?

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There are so many aspects of negotiations, such as culture, power, ethics, communication, information, but I’ve never consider time being one them. I became aware of the importance of time in cross-cultural international business… Read More

3 THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND ABOUT PERSUASION

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Persuasion is what you do, influence is who you are. Think of it as action=persuasion and credibility=influence. Persuasion is most successful when you look for win win.  Never criticize the person you intend you… Read More

Fail Harder

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For a self-professed overachiever, the mindset that “Failure Is Not An Option” was pretty much engraved on my psyche. A series of brief encounters however put a different perspective on failure and sparked… Read More

Borderlands Trip Reflection – Shattering Stereotypes

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I must be honest and admit that when I first learned of the planned Borderlands trip to Nogales, I wondered how and why such a trip could be relevant to me. I wasn’t… Read More

WOODEN OR THE POWER OF TRUSTING IN ONESELF

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 Wondeful lessons on leadership.   Does it happen to one, recalling a failure which had a taste of bad work, or a defeat which had a victory flavor? It might sound wired, however… Read More

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