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Wisdom Exchange TV is an educational resource to inspire African women to learn, lead and succeed in life, business, and community. This ‘HOW TO’ forum will provide strategies and leadership lessons from African women pioneers,trailblazers, and leaders of many. These change agents will inspire us to stretch our vision of what we can do, and what WE can be. New interviews and Expert Perspective blogs are updated regularly with the insights of the women leaders of today for tomorrow.

 

Expert Perspective

Feb 23 2018

Entrepreneur: 6 Strategies That Drive Business Growth

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Patti Fletcher There are numerous differences between men and women’s natural approaches to leadership. To really understand those differences, let’s take a look at the all-female founding team at Globalization Partners and see how their androgynous approach to company culture resulted in growing the company from zero to more than $17 million in annual revenue with business done … Continue reading Entrepreneur: 6 Strategies That Drive Business Growth

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Feb 21 2018

Forbes: How A Female Founder Is Taking A Man’s Niche Product Mainstream

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Geri Stengel Susan Pieper noticed that snow and gardening shovels broke when her son, a backcountry skier, snowboarder and mountaineer, used them on his adventures in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, an outdoor wonderland. Pieper decided to develop a shovel that was durable, big enough for real work, portable (fits on a snowmobile) and innovative — … Continue reading Forbes: How A Female Founder Is Taking A Man’s Niche Product Mainstream

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Feb 20 2018

Please don’t volunteer – Communicate expectations

by YouMeWe

Part of the Please don’t Volunteer – 9 part series Professional Contributors pick opportunities where they feel they can have an impact while staying true to their purpose, objectives, and skill. Realizing where you can move a mandate forward is half the battle; the other half is getting the association and community group to agree with your […]

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Feb 20 2018

Please don’t volunteer – Assess the opportunity

by YouMeWe

Part of the Please don’t Volunteer – 9 part series When looking to Professionally Contribute, you could take anything without due diligence – however, that is what I would call volunteering. Let’s continue focusing on the other four elements of exploring if a contribution opportunity is right for you.   In the last blog, we focused on: […]

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Feb 20 2018

weWednesday: Please don’t volunteer – Assess the opportunity

by YouMeWe

 Part of the Please don’t Volunteer – 9 part series weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox.   In this week’s episode consider: What is the organization’s mission and vision? What […]

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Feb 20 2018

weWednesday: Please don’t volunteer – Communicate expectations

by YouMeWe

 Part of the Please don’t Volunteer – 9 part series weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox.   In this week’s episode consider: At the beginning of embarking on a role, […]

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Feb 19 2018

The Encore: PwC Teams Up With #MovetheDial

by Women Presidents' Organization

Dedicated to increasing the participation and advancement of women in technology We have always known that in the technology industry, women have a steeper hill to climb – as attested to by leaders like Sheryl Sandberg and the many brave women who have spoken up about the “bro-culture” in Silicon Valley and venture capital industry. … Continue reading The Encore: PwC Teams Up With #MovetheDial

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Feb 23 2018

Entrepreneur: 6 Strategies That Drive Business Growth

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Patti Fletcher There are numerous differences between men and women’s natural approaches to leadership. To really understand those differences, let’s take a look at the all-female founding team at Globalization Partners and see how their androgynous approach to company culture resulted in growing the company from zero to more than $17 million in annual revenue with business done … Continue reading Entrepreneur: 6 Strategies That Drive Business Growth

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Feb 21 2018

Forbes: How A Female Founder Is Taking A Man’s Niche Product Mainstream

by Women Presidents' Organization

By: Geri Stengel Susan Pieper noticed that snow and gardening shovels broke when her son, a backcountry skier, snowboarder and mountaineer, used them on his adventures in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, an outdoor wonderland. Pieper decided to develop a shovel that was durable, big enough for real work, portable (fits on a snowmobile) and innovative — … Continue reading Forbes: How A Female Founder Is Taking A Man’s Niche Product Mainstream

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