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THE 7 KEYS TO SUCCESS AS AN EXECUTIVE WOMAN
The 7 major factors that lead to achievement as a top woman business leader PLUS 5 steps you can take right now to get closer to your dream career.
Hell Yes Success
INTUITIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR THE HEART-CENTERED EXECUTIVE
We can only fulfill our purpose with vision and in order to actually get the vision done, we need project management.
The Hell Yes Success Formula is a transformational approach that combines your passion + strategic psychology + savvy project management.
THE 4 BEST FREE PROJECT MANAGEMENT TOOLS
THAT AREN'T MS PROJECT
Optimized project management and “getting-it-done” takes tracking. Visual inspiration, list making, scheduling, interdependencies plus cost… it’s a lot to track. Keep it consolidated to preserve your momentum and your sanity.
With free or freemium versions, these applications are a great place to start.
10 Magic Questions
TO GET IN GOOD WITH
CLIENTS & COWORKERS
(EVEN THE "DIFFICULT" PEOPLE)
Getting in good with your clients and coworkers is a strategic advantage.
Communication is hard but using these questions will guide your conversations, build your relationships, and deliver leverage-able interpersonal strategic advantages.
HACKS TO POLISH UP YOUR POWERPOINT
With quick tricks to make your deck elegant, easy to read and most importantly, easy to understand. Watch the video, use the PDF guide and follow along by trying it yourself in the example PPT file.
Skill Brief: Create Collaboration and Cooperation
IN A CONFERENCE CALL
Virtual connectedness is hard. Even harder when you're tasked with bringing together disparate, multi-functional teams with varied perspectives and end-games.
Use these real-life examples from conference calls to inspire your own dialogues.