Tag: Leadership

4 Ways Parenting and Leadership Go Hand-in-Hand

4 Ways Parenting and Leadership Go Hand-in-Hand Though it can often feel like juggling work and family is a never-ending balancing act, each plays a unique part in creating overall symbiosis. By Ryan McGrath Most working parents would agree that finding the “right” balance between their careers and their families can sometimes feel like the search for the Holy Grail. The reality is that both…

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Why Employee Recognition Is More Crucial Than Ever

Why Employee Recognition Is More Crucial Than Ever It’s a critical leadership skill that boosts productivity, morale and retention. Here’s why employee recognition is more crucial than ever. By Caroline Castrillon Employee recognition has never mattered more than in today’s workplace. That’s because employees want to feel valued—especially in the context of remote working. And when they don’t, it could…

Why Coaching Is Important During Company Growth

Why Coaching Is Important During Each Stage of Company Growth Coaching creates exponential growth, and organizational stages in startups come fast and furious. However, each of these stages requires a different form of leadership. By Matt Auron As organizations grow and mature, they go through predictable stages, each of which requires a different form of leadership in order to drive success at each stage. Coaching ensures…

How a banking exec views opportunities for women

How one Minnesota banking exec views industry changes and opportunities for women By Hannah Mitchell When Angela O’Neill first entered the financial services industry in the 1990s, few women filled top roles, especially within commercial finance. However, through her perseverance, Angela has advanced to be a commercial and corporate banking leader and a champion for women and other underrepresented groups…

Women in law – Table of Experts

Women in law – Table of Experts By Albany Business Review Editors The Albany Business Review held a panel discussion recently on the topic of women in law. Panelists included Shalini Natesan, principal partner, The Towne Law Firm, P.C.; Christina Watson Meier, founder, Meier Law Firm, PLLC; and Jami Durante Rogowski, partner, Block, Longo, LaMarca & Brzezinski, P.C. The discussion…

Spotlighting women-owned businesses

‘I think there is momentum’: Wisconsin women-owned businesses in spotlight Joey Reader doesn’t stand still very long. She’s busy making sure all the details are just right at the event she’s spent the last 10 to 12 months planning. “It’s busy. It’s very fast-paced. It will be over before I know it, but it’s exciting,” Reader said during one of…

Females advancing neurology research

Overcoming obstacles to advance neurology research, mentor next generation of female scientists By Shoshanna Fischoff More women than ever are entering the field of neurology as clinicians and scientists. Still, research shows that men continue to outnumber women at top-ranked academic neurology programs – and this disparity increases with advancing rank. Against the odds, a number of women have become…