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Emerging Thoughts: Women’s Leadership and Conscious Business

Yesterday afternoon, I attended a three-hour networking forum hosted by the Chicago Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and Tiara International LLC, a global company focused on providing women’s leadership development. I was very grateful for the opportunity to step away from my desk and hear from women and men whose values and leadership practices seem to echo my own. Time within the session was too short for me to bring forward what were my intuitive, emerging thoughts in critique of the conversation. Continue reading

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IDCA: Values-based Leadership in Action

Yesterday, for the third year in a row, I attended a conference sponsored by the India Development Coalition of America. Last year, I went to the conference even though I was taking a break from traveling to India because I find the conference organizers and presenters so inspiring. They all are leaders dedicated to poverty eradication and climate mitigation in India. Continue reading

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