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Healing Leadership

Healing Leadership: A conversation with Susana Baumann and Dr. Ginny Baro

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Author of the #1 Bestseller, Fearless Women at Work, delivers her second book, Healing Leadership, that explores the secrets of healing leadership and recommends high-performance habits for improving self-leadership and developing a growth mindset and resilience. 
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This is why great leaders practice moral humility (Tedx video)

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Great leaders practice moral humility. In our society, we seem to be all about boosting and pumping up people’s self-worth and self-esteem, driving people to succeed in their careers and personal lives at any cost.
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5 Tips on the gift of empathy in the workplace that true leaders practice

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Empathy in the workplace is being recognized as a team building and leadership skill that improves team productivity, increases morale in the work force and even translates into more satisfied clients and customers.
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How to help children become leaders and develop strong communication skills

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Helping children become leaders has many advantages. Kids that develop into leaders generally have a strong sense of self-esteem. Self-esteem provides kids with confidence and the drive to excel.
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5 Latina Superpowers Dr. Zoppi Rodriguez

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Not only we do the work, giving ourselves totally, but also we pass on those skills to everybody around us, at work, the family and the community, says Dr. Zoppi.
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Holiday Season time of giving or time of economic empowerment

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This time of year we are bombarded with requests from all sorts…
Lina Llona, MCRCC President introduces the first panel

American Conference on Diversity at Women's Leadership Summit

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Are you ready for what’s next? Over a hundred women responded…

Honoring our veterans with Dr. Zoppi Rodriguez

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Last October, I was honored to write an article about the Borinqueneers,…
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La cultura de la pobreza, a stigma in minority communities

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When I woke up this morning to the elections’ results, I remembered this concept of “la cultura de la pobreza” or culture of poverty, a theory that anthropologist Oscar Lewis developed in the 60s