Tips for leading a successful meeting

My appreciation of well-planned meetings started in a seminar course during the fourth year of my undergraduate degree. Our course mark was largely based on one major presentation that involved working with a group of five others in the class. In preparation for the final presentation, our group held several meetings. At first, these meetings ran... Continue Reading →

“Dare to compete, Mrs. Clinton.”

What is the ‘confidence gap’ and how can it impact my career? Yesterday I heard an interesting interview on CBC Radio’s The Current with journalists/authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, whose new book, The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assurance -- What Women Should Know, discusses why the glass ceiling still exists. They report... Continue Reading →

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