We all want to wake up daily feeling fearless, achieving great levels of success. You want to look fear in the eye and make it cower from the strength and power you exude but you know you are so far from that reality. In your reality, fear has you up against the ropes beating you
Early in my career, I remember a phone conversation with my boss that somehow descended into a profanity laced outburst from my boss. I don’t remember the conversation topic but I do remember mustering the strength and courage to let my boss know that while I understood the situation was frustrating, I preferred not to
You made your point in the team meeting but no one acknowledged you even spoke. You told your significant other what you wanted but they ignored your request, or maybe you grew up feeling invisible all your life so you have become accustomed to being overlooked. There is truly a more rewarding way to live
Just about everyone loves superheroes. They swoop in to help the citizens, always seem to know what to do and when to do it, and for that they are celebrated and applauded. Superheroes just continue to show up and outdo themselves each time, and everybody wants to be a superhero because they make things happen.
Join Karen Hinds on Thursday, March 7th for a free webinar for strategies to help new leaders to thrive in their first 90 days.
Karen Hinds delves into the similarities between quality leadership and flamenco dancing.
Karen Hinds will be presenting at the 2nd annual Being the Boss Conference presented by the Hult Women in Business Club.
Karen Hinds will be speaking at the 2018 Tri-State SHRM Regional Conference. She will present "How to Cultivate Empowered Decision Makers in Your Organization" on Tuesday May 1st at 3:30 PM.
Oftentimes companies equate an individual contributor's excellent performance as a sign that they are ready for leadership — and nothing can be further from the truth.
Karen Hinds shared 8 keys to keep in mind as you manage a multigenerational workforce with HartfordBusiness.com. As a manager, do not get swept up in generational stereotypes. Strive to find the common ground and capitalize on the individual skill sets each individual brings to the table.