Have you ever stopped to consider the transformative power of the word “and”? This tiny conjunction can shift perspectives, open up new possibilities and help women realize their full potential as leaders.
Tired, stressed and sick of your own house? These 7 actionable work from home tips come from the responses shared with us as part of our recent LH Agenda x Naked Wines competition. They were so great, we wanted to share them with everyone else!
During your career as a manager, you may encounter sensitive situations with colleagues and employees. Often these problems don’t resolve themselves on their own and employees may be upset, confused and the list of potential situations you may face is endless.
When difficult situations arise it often falls to the manager to have the hard conversation with their direct report. No one told me this when I became a manager and I have had to teach myself this skill, apply knowledge gleaned from others, and consolidate what I have learnt on the job. It’s my hope that with this post I’ll leave you with tips you can use the next time you find yourself in a “what the heck do I do with this?” type of dilemma.
Studying takes a great amount of time and commitment, though if you’re pursuing something that you’re passionate about it can be a great way to expand your knowledge. If you’re sitting on the fence as to whether it’s the right time, here are some considerations to help you with your decision making.
I recently had the honour of connecting with a powerful leader and an incredibly creative business owner and interior design expert, Allison Crawford. Allison is an interior designer and founder of Hotelette, an award-winning collection of luxury short-term rentals in Austin, Nashville and Dallas.
In this interview Allison shares with us about a bachelorette trip that inspired her business, why we do not need to have a huge budget to be effective in our marketing, and why the interior design doesn’t have to be a “fussy experience”.