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Often we women won­der how to get the nec­es­sary fund­ing for our busi­ness. Jean Brit­ting­ham has some valu­able insights. Link here.

When asked, most peo­ple will reply to that ques­tion with “I work for XYZ Cor­po­ra­tion.” In real­i­ty you work for a per­son, a boss. CNN Mon­ey reg­u­lar­ly pub­lish­es the list of the best com­pa­nies to work for in the coun­try such as Zap­pos, REI, Google, and Weg­mans Food Mar­kets. Okay, can you assume that you are auto­mat­i­cal­ly going to be sat­is­fied and ful­filled with your work–that the peo­ple around you and your boss will sup­port who you…

How can one per­son con­quer so much ter­ri­to­ry in a life time to actu­al­ly change the face of the world? What char­ac­ter­is­tics and cir­cum­stances cre­at­ed this phe­nom­e­na? As  con­sul­tants, we are brought into orga­ni­za­tions to help the CEO’s reshape the cul­ture, the orga­ni­za­tion and oth­er aspects. In read­ing Weatherford’s Ghengis Khan, I was con­stant­ly aston­ished  and amazed by some of his lead­er­ship…

I get up and open my email and check out the new arti­cles in Fast Com­pa­ny before read­ing the 300 oth­er ones that will need my com­plete atten­tion Today there was one on find­ing the “Sweet spot” at work. link here.

It is the small things that dif­fer­en­ti­ate good from great orga­ni­za­tions and com­pa­nies. How do you man­age the small pieces that make the dif­fer­ence? Link here.

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