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Ask Yourself

By Janet Graham - Last updated: Monday, March 22, 2010

Where am I taking my foot off the gas? This is the question of the week. I would love you to share your answer in the Comments section below or in the Forums in the Ask Yourself section. I will include my answer in the Forums. Check it out!!!

Ask Yourself

By Janet Graham - Last updated: Monday, March 8, 2010

Who am I without the struggle?   This is the question of the week. I would love you to share your answer in the Comments section below or in the Forums in the Ask Yourself section. I will include my answer in the Forums. Check it out!!!

Depressing Statistics

By Janet Graham - Last updated: Friday, March 5, 2010

I have read Catalyst's "Pipeline's Broken Promise" report which was released in February 2010.  The authors of the report in a section entitled "A Wake Up Call that Demands An Answer" make the following comments: "For the past two decades leaders have counted on parity in education, women's accelerated movement into the labour force, and company-implemented diversity and inclusion programs to yield a robust talent pipeline where women are poised to make rapid gains to the top. But results of this study show that these hopes were ill-founded -- when it comes to top talent, women lag men in advancement, compensation, and career satisfaction. The pipeline is not healthy; inequality remains entrenched."   And while I agree with Janice Fields, President and ...

A Whole New Mind – Play

By Janet Graham - Last updated: Friday, February 26, 2010

I promised to share some of the collection of tools, exercises and further reading materials which Dan Pink provided in his book A Whole New Mind to send us on our way to developing each of the six essential aptitudes -- what he calls the six senses on which professional and personal satisfaction increasingly will depend. One of the six senses is Play and Pink outlined a number of tools, exercises and reading materials which one might pursue to develop this sense. The following selection resonated with me.   Get Your Game On   Pink says: "You must understand video games. Seriously. You must. So if you don't know a joystick from a jelly roll, spend some time getting up to speed on games ...