As we start a new year, I want to continue beating my drum – back to basics – for our organization! I’m going to focus on “LEAD” this month. For AFWA to succeed, it is imperative that we help our members grow into the leaders they want to become.
By infusing short breaks of movement and time outdoors into a workday, a person can sustain higher energy levels, more whole-person health and increased happiness.
We need to develop leadership practices that help people with their critical thinking. Telling them what to do won’t help with that.
You have a top-notch degree. You’re smart. You know where you want your career to go. But do you have the right mindset to succeed professionally in your organization? Many of us are competent, but we lack the true confidence to excel.
Office Politics isn’t necessarily bad. In fact, it can be good. It is also one of these things that when it’s bad it’s called Office Politics and when it’s good we might call it “good leadership” or “well functioning group."
A new title can flip the switch on only relationships. 5 tips to manage the transition from friend to boss.
We’ve all seen this happen. A dedicated Board Member serves her time for many years, making her way through the organization’s leadership pipeline. She finishes her term as President, engages a little as the Immediate Past President, and then you never hear from her again.
the Kansas City chapter was on the brink of dissolution, with no activity and declining membership. The Board met and resolved to rebuild the chapter into a dynamic organization which would provide value and rewarding opportunities to its members
The MOVE Project is the accounting profession’s only annual benchmark of the status of women in the leadership pipeline. 2017 Best CPA Firms for Women.