Posted by: Next Monday on Mar 15, 2017
There's rarely a hard line between our professional and personal worlds; they intertwine. One can sway the success of the other. Participation in a peer group faces these realities head on. We roll up our sleeves and tackle the challenges. Together. And in doing so, we unfold the beautiful, messiness of who you already are. There you are in all your glory.
Posted by: Next Monday on Feb 9, 2017
There’s good news and bad news when it comes to personal and professional development. The good news is, more than ever, there are plenty of opportunities for women seeking growth. The bad news is, many women are either inundated by the number of options or choose the wrong ones. How do you know where to go for inspiration, encouragement, challenge, and growth? Here’s some insight.
Posted by: Next Monday on Oct 20, 2016
Our friend Emily Bertram is back this month to give a recap of her attendance of the Women of Influence Summit. She elaborates on her six key takeaways, what resonated, and ways she's applying what she learned. I hope you enjoy her insight as much as I did. - Next Monday
Posted by: Next Monday on Aug 9, 2016
We're excited to share with you the following article from our friend Emily Bertram, Social Media and Marketing Specialist at the St. Cloud Area Concention & Visitors Bureau. In her article, she lists her top five reasons to attend the 2016 Women of Influence Summit. Enjoy! (And we hope to see you at the event!) - Next Monday
Posted by: Next Monday on Mar 29, 2016
Sarcastic and energetic, Kathy Wulf-Tayes stepped onto the Ladies 2.0 stage with six important lessons on leadership to share. With 20+ years of account management, leadership, and team development under her belt, Kathy has experienced the good, the bad, and the ugly. Lucky for us, she openly shared her failures and successes, leaving us with some actionable tips to apply to our own leadership roles.
Posted by: Next Monday on Mar 9, 2016
Starting a new position, whether in the same company or a completely different one, has its newbie challenges. There's the moving of offices (sometimes), the ordering of new business card, and the whole learning curve thing. One aspect that often gets overlooked throughout the entire process is getting to know new contacts as you transition.
Posted by: Next Monday on Dec 28, 2016
I am a risk-taker, someone who thrives in chaos, wife, mother, daughter, sister, and best friend. I have the most energy in the mornings but I love the quiet of night to reflect. I believe honesty, integrity, and a kind heart will get you the furthest in life. I think smiling is the best way to enter a room full of strangers. I admire the outliers and early-adapters. I have a deep curiosity of life and enjoy spending time focusing on getting to know someone. I am a life-long learner and whole-heartedly believe that the day you stop wanting to learn is the day you grow old.