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Rajan Nazran: Discovering the Humanity Within

About Rajan's Journey Vision Behind Global Indian Series Challenges & Hardships Advice for Youth Sources of Happiness and Inspiration Girl Power Talk interviews Rajan Nazran, the visionary behind the Global Indian Series. 1. Please share your journey as someone whose aim has been to be a voice for other people in the community and spread …

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John Livesay: The Story of the Storyteller

About John Livesay Journey as an Entrepreneur Advice to Youth John Livesay shares with Girl Power Talk the story of how he cultivated the art of storytelling and public speaking.  I was born in 1958 and grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. My parents were very focused on the value of education. My dad …

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George Gabor Burt: Grab Your Slingshot: Curiosity, Imagination, and Innovation

Initial Years Entering the Business World Positioning "Slingshot" Re-Imagining Boundaries George Gabor Burt, Director at Blue Ocean Strategy, shares how innovation and an innate sense of curiosity pave way for success. Fun fact: for a brief moment, I was once the youngest person on Earth. If you think about it, this is true for everyone, …

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Women in Leadership: How Close Are We to Closing the Gender Gap?

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us one clear, valuable lesson: Women make for exceptionally great leaders. Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand; K. K. Shailaja, the former minister of health and social welfare of Kerala state in India; and Angela Merkel, the chancellor of Germany, have undeniably seen success in managing and controlling …

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Empowering Women: Creating Leaders, Today and Tomorrow

The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us one clear, valuable lesson. Women make great leaders, and empowering women to lead makes sense — in any setting — for many reasons. Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand; K.K. Shailaja, the minister of health and social welfare of Kerala state in India; and Angela Merkel, the …

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4 Reasons Why Empathy Is the Key to Strong Leadership

Henry Ford once said, "If there is any one secret of success, it lies in the ability to get the other person's point of view and see things from that person's angle as well as from your own." Ford was a revolutionary in many ways, but his empathetic leadership style was undoubtedly before its time. He …

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Five Advantages Female Leadership Brings to Your Business

Whether an entrepreneurial women-led start-up or a large corporation giving women the leadership reins, the best companies in the world right now are those that are seeking to bridge the gender gap. Forward-thinking businesses are growing and thriving off the inclusion of women in the corporate space, adapting their practices to attract women and create …

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Identifying Slow Learners as Leaders: Prachi Narang

Fellowship Opportunity Gift of Positive Energy and Encouragement "Sometimes your best memories are about the lives you've touched."⠀ I believe that you must grab on to each and every opportunity that affords you an outlet to put some good out into the world. For me, this opportunity came in the form of a fellowship.⠀ ⠀ …

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Dear Women, Don’t Let Low Self-Confidence Keep You From Success

Most women often struggle with self-confidence. They might hesitate to speak up in meetings, fearing that her contributions will be more closely scrutinised than those of her male counterparts, or she might even refrain from applying for promotions because of a lack of faith in her qualifications. This article was originally published on thequint. Read …

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