Tell me the End...what a great line I heard when I visited with Les Carter, an extremely successful entrepreneur and also on the Board of the Boy Scouts Greater New York Councils. We were talking about how often people don't get to the point quickly … [Read more...] about Tell Me The End!
This past week I had the great honor to be co-chairperson for the 2008 Distinguished Women of the Year awards luncheon for the Greater New York Councils, Boy Scouts of America. It was a wonderful event honoring two very extraordinary executives, … [Read more...] about Working with The Boy Scouts Honoring Top Women
The Talmud says " The highest form of wisdom is kindness" Sometimes the kindest thing you can do for someone is to listen. Death and life are in the power of the tongue... ·Force yourself to ask questions. ·Slow down your ‘thinking’ rate. We think … [Read more...] about Life and Death are in the Power of the Tongue
In the current discussion of Microsoft possibly taking over Yahoo, Steve Ballmer was quoted in one of many New York Times articles. As he was discussing his company's motives, he 'never once uttered the word Google, referring to the Internet giant … [Read more...] about Don’t Mention The Competition
Last night I had a great opportunity to speak before a group of professional women at the Haddassah in White Plains, New York. Besides becoming a life time member of this organization of which my wonderful Mother was for years, this was also a great … [Read more...] about From Crains to Hadassah
I learned a big lesson this weekend when I was doing a training session.As I had the groups doing exercises at their tables, I blew a whistle to gather everyone's attention back after the breakouts. This was not a good idea. For this group, I … [Read more...] about Don’t be a Whistle Blower