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Women Leaders are Good for Business 

  The struggles of women in the workplace have been well documented.  The challenges range from discrimination to the gender pay gap, and the lingering concept that men are more effective in leadership roles. A recent study revealed that in fact, women get higher marks for leadership in mid-level and senior leadership roles, even when…

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Silvia Davi Joins the Symbiont Executive Leadership Team

CommPRO Editorial Staff Symbiont, Inc. a technology pioneer solving complex global finance problems using enterprise blockchain solutions, recently announced that it expanded its executive leadership team with the appointment of two strategic management positions at the end of Q42021. Silvia Davi was named Symbiont’s Chief Marketing and Communications Officer and Tom DeJarnette was named Chief People…

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Leadership Presence: How Do You Feel About This?

  Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. If you asked Bella, the miniature Australian Shepard in this photo, she’d tell you what a great time she’s having rolling in the mud! But if all you had to go on was your personal reaction to this image, you might have come to a different conclusion. Bill Toppeta, a…

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Courage in Leadership (PODCAST)

Editor’s Note: Courage is under fire in Ukraine. Margareta Kull, founder of Kull Leadership in Sweden and author of the new book, The Courageous Leader, dissects the internal thought process of the most courageous leaders and how Ukraine’s President Zelensky exhibits it, and inspires his followers – the Ukrainian People – to also show amazing…

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Faith and Spiritual Leaders Gather to Pray for Ukraine

  CommPRO Editorial Staff Spiritual leaders from across major faith traditions gathered via Zoom for a special Sunday service to pray for the people of Ukraine, calling for peace, and showing support for the emerging refugee crisis in Europe. Hosted by the Church of the Holy City in Washington, DC, the event brought together members…

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Leslie Grossman & Christine Merser Talk the Strongest Women Leaders Of 2021

Circle Leadership · Circle Leadership: Strongest Leaders of 2021   Leslie Grossman, women’s leadership advocate and founder of Circle Leadership, and Christine Merser, CEO of Blue Shoe Content,  show up at the Circle Leadership podcast table with three picks for the strongest Women Leaders of 2021. You may be surprised at their picks with some…

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What the Pandemic Teaches About Crisis Management and Leadership

Helio Fred Garcia This week marks the start of the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. By the end of 2021 more than a half million Americans were catching COVID-19 every day. One in every six Americans had come down with the virus; one in every four hundred had died. Much…

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Five Leadership Lessons from 2021

Alex Teixeira, Owner, Mooney Mountain Guides, LLC  I’m a guide whose purpose is to enhance the lives of people by introducing them to the wonders of rock and ice climbing, mountaineering and back country skiing in the Northeast and Pacific Northwest.  Some readers may think, “Look at this guy. I wish I was paid to…

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Report: Company Leaders and Employees are Operating Under a Striking Disconnect

As the nature of work continues to change, clear internal comms strategies have never been more important. David Grossman, CEO, The Grossman Group The progress made by corporate leaders in adjusting to pandemic-related challenges may not be quite as rosy as they think. A huge disconnect appears to exist between the views of executives and those of…

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Trust, Leadership, and the Power of Stories

  Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. TRUST. Every leader needs it. Trust is the foundation for successful collaboration. It is the glue that bonds team members and builds organizational commitment and engagement. But there is a problem. We learn what is important to leaders by the behaviors we see modeled by those leaders, and too often…

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Public Relations’ Great Resignation: Ken Jacobs on What Leaders Need to Do to Keep People 

Simon Erskine Locke, Founder & CEO of CommunicationsMatchTM  Whether they like it or not, public relations agency and corporate communications leaders need to take the “Great Resignation” very seriously and know that it will impact them, shares Ken Jacobs, PCC, CPC, principal, Jacobs Consulting & Executive Coaching, in the latest Communicators-to-Communicators zoom interview (4 mins). Jacobs…

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CoinAgenda Global Gathers Blockchain Leaders for Oct 25-27 Las Vegas Event

  CommPRO Editorial Staff CoinAgenda (www.coinagenda.com), the premier global conference series connecting blockchain and cryptocurrency investors with startups since 2014, today announced it will be welcoming top cryptocurrency and fintech leaders to explore trends in crypto-economics, investing, regulations and other projects and initiatives during a three-day event at the New York-New York Hotel in Las…

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4 Ways for Leaders to Embody Empathy

  The essential trait makes all the difference in a crisis, but what defining the actions that make audiences feel seen and heard can be nebulous. Donovan Roche, VP, Havas Trust Renowned philosopher Plato once said, “The highest form of knowledge is empathy. For it requires us to suspend our egos and live in another’s…

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Projecting Leadership Presence in a Teleconference

    Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. In a famous 2002 experiment, a Stanford University professor made audiotapes of physicians and their patients in session. Half of the doctors had been previously brought to court for malpractice. She then played the tapes for her students, who were able to determine which physicians had been sued. But…

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Four Ways Arts Education Creates Future Leaders

. Neve Spicer, Chief Editor,WeTheParents.org While we often think of science, tech, and engineering classes as some of the most educationally significant in terms of skill-building, opportunities for personal growth don’t stop there — in fact, research has demonstrated that the time our children spend studying the arts can be just as relevant to their…

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