READ THIS: "If you were to force me to rank the most important qualities of effective leadership, I would put trustworthiness first." - New York Time | Business Day, by Adam Bryant, 10.27.17
People say to always "go with your gut", but can it be trusted? Making the right decisions requires a crucial balancing act between using your intuition and incorporating external information. How do you know when you've hit the mark?
It seems like we're hanging on to ourselves and each other by a thread. How can we strengthen the ties that bind us, and begin to rebuild the relationships that serve our communities and ourselves? Let's start where we spend most of our time...in the workplace.
Innovation, ideas, and information were free-flowing at this year's Fundraising Day in NYC, hosted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. I had the pleasure to share a few insights of my own on the evolutions I see in philanthropy. Take a look.
We all feel that palpable unease eroding our peace of mind. It's almost impossible to escape. Leaders, in particular, must deal with it on multiple fronts, but where do you begin? How do we "move through" without getting "sucked in"?
What lies at the intersection of philanthropy and activism? How does an idea flourish into a worldwide movement? I recently had the opportunity to dive into these questions with some profound women - all leaders in their own right.
I am so excited to share the podcast I recently recorded with Patricia Karpas, the host of Untangle. In it, you'll here how I define radical self care, and learn techniques that support your work, your leadership and your life!
Strategies to develop and leverage your network, in a way that's authentic to you, are critical to success. In "Own Your Network", read as Joanne shares the importance of cultivating and embracing the art of networking.
Self-care is essential to achieving a well-integrated, fulfilled life. Unfortunately, for most of us it remains ever elusive. Read insights in Huffington Post's Business blog on how to incorporate these elements into your own life.