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by Raquel Eatmon in Raquel
We are celebrating Valentine’s Day and love is in the air, or at least it should be.  I know, it might seem awkward to talk about love and leadership but hear me out. Love, as most of us know it, is an expression we reserve for family (this includes our beloved pets) and friends. We excitedly embrace the warm and fuzzy feelings these people bring. Why can’t we stir up warm emotions for our team a... Read More
by Raquel Eatmon in Raquel
The tug-of-war in our culture is exhausting. People are forcing us to take sides. Every day there's a developing story or breaking news that pulls on our emotions. There is so much to process and some of it is too consuming and flat out ridiculous but these are the times we're in. Stewing in uncertain or unstable times isn't a pass to slow down. Just the opposite is true, this is the perfect time... Read More
by Elizabeth Brooks in Entrepreneurs
After 18 years of big corporate jobs, I took the plunge and became an entrepreneur.  I knew life and work would be very different.  Now, after 6 months, I’ve found there are a few things that I absolutely love about my new work-life mix that I didn’t anticipate.  In retrospect, most of these things were attainable in my old jobs – I just didn’t know how much better they make my day.   Here’s the... Read More
by Carrie Sechel in Leadership
Imagine the scene: you have a coffee meeting on your calendar with a few people you haven’t seen in a while. Your morning got off to a crazy start. You rush to the meeting with your mind reeling about your huge to-do list and packed day ahead. You get to the coffee shop almost on time, feeling both relieved and panicked. As you sit down, you hear some ask “how are you?”, and the first thing that... Read More
by Marsha Bonhart in Wellness
I was in third grade when I started snooping in my older sister's high school literature books. I had all I needed with Dick and Jane, Mrs. Piggle Wiggle, the girl with the crazy braids and freckles (what’s her face -- ah, yeah, Pippy Longstocking). Then there was Nancy Drew who began to annoy me because her stories all ended the same. Yawn. But the classics were much more interesting and expanded... Read More

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by Natalie Lemons in Wellness,Spotlight
Regardless of what you do for a living, or how far along you are in your career, most people are striving for a greater level of success.  The term “success” can be defined in very different terms, depending on whom you talk to.  It may be more money, a bigger title, more responsibility, or simply more flexibility to spend time with family and friends.  We all want a little more than we have, whet... Read More
by Sue Krey in Leadership,Spotlight
Ending homelessness. That sounds like a lofty goal, doesn't it? It's an idea so complex that it doesn't seem like it can be done. However, at the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, we've already seen a drastic drop in the number of people experiencing long-term homelessness in our county. In fact, community partners recently announced that long-term homelessness in Cuyahoga County is on p... Read More
by Barb Smith in Leadership,Spotlight
Networking. How can one word turn my knees to jelly and make my stomach flip flop?  The mere sight of the word makes me ill. I hate networking. In my book it’s right up there with anchovies, cold calling and root canals. Not a fan. However, I do love people. I am always interested in learning more about them, their stories and what  makes them tick. My kids will warn their friends before they intr... Read More
by Natalie Lemons in Spotlight
Not too long ago, when you were exchanging pleasantries with friends or family, and the question of "how are you?" came up, the common answer was "fine".  Today, however, most people are likely to say "busy".  Why is that? The answer is simple.  In this day and age, most of us make it a point to overbook ourselves.  Our work lives are filled with meetings, our family lives are filled with activit... Read More
by Heather Steranka in Spotlight
'Tis the season of giving.  And as women, we often give selflessly -- sometimes too selflessly.  So in this season of giving, I find myself thinking about our needs as women and what we ask for from others.  How do we ask for what we want and what we need?  Do we always ask when we should? What holds us back from asking? Authors Linda Babcock  and Sara Laschever  have written several books on thi... Read More

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