New year, new you. This idea, albeit cliché, is motivation for many individuals to reflect on their personal growth and what they’d like to accomplish in the upcoming year. And while some will dismiss the idea that new year’s resolutions can be successfully upheld, there is value in setting meaningful goals for yourself.

the ceo magazine, women in business,
James Hamerstone & Lindsay Musser Hough

Forget the glass ceiling. The fact is: women communicate differently than men and, too often, to their own detriment. They tend to speak up less, apologize more, downplay their achievements and use less-powerful body language – all of which impact their career success.

the ceo magazine, corporate fitness,
Joel Vento

We all know that a sedentary lifestyle yields medical challenges like weight gain, heart disease and kidney failure. Did you know, though, how you sit can also jeopardize work performance? Poor posture affects productivity, but by learning how to sit properly, you can boost brain function and accomplish more during the day.

No one sees a flower, really.  We haven’t time.

For to see a flower takes time,

like to have a friend takes time.  - Georgia O’Keefe 

The holidays are upon us.  The air is crisp; the few remaining leaves crackle.  As we dig out last year’s coats, we reach towards next year’s potential. 

With the holidays here, we will soon find ourselves outside of the office as leaders and members of a different type of team. Apart from serving as CEOs of our organizations, we are also children, parents and siblings. We are cousins, aunts and uncles, and friends to others.

As you take time to reflect on the importance of and the successes you’ve experienced with your teams ask yourself how you can become a stronger leader and team member, both in and out of the office with the following questions:



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