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Tevis Trower: Moving Beyond Buzzwords to Transform Culture

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It is easy to include buzzwords like authenticity and inclusion in our company values statement. It is much harder to actually foster an environment where people feel comfortable being themselves at work. So, what can leaders do to manifest these principles in the corporate culture? How do we move beyond proclamations to align policy with practice?

Tevis Trower is the founder and CEO of Balance Integration,

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Andie Kramer: Navigating Bias in the Workplace

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It is naïve to think that gender bias is no longer an issue in the workplace. In fact, we ALL have stereotypes that we carry with us to work, and women often face the frustration of being at a disadvantage based on assumptions that have nothing to do with our actual ability to do a given job. So, how do we overcome these biases to achieve at a high level?

Andie Kramer is an accomplished attorney,

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Tabitha Laser: Avoiding Organizational Culture Killers

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Does the availability of big data truly give rise to better business decisions? Tabitha Laser argues that the answer is no. In fact, she believes that we get too focused on a single silo and make choices that increase risk in other areas. And this failure to learn is just one of the organizational culture killers that makes the modern workplace so dismal.

Tabitha Laser is the CEL of TA Laser Consulting,

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Brie Wieselman: Prioritizing Health to Make Your Greatest Contribution

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“I meet way too many women who are passionate and purposeful and committed

to what they’re about in the world. But they are exhausted.”

Driven women, especially entrepreneurs, play full out to achieve their vision. But too many of us do so at the expense of our health, overriding our bodies’ needs until we are too depleted to make our greatest contribution to the world or take any pleasure in the wins.

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Sharon McRill: Find the Sweet Spot & Grow Your Business

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When Sharon McRill was laid off from her corporate job in 2003, she started a business running errands for busy professionals. Initially, she was doing a wide range of tasks from grocery shopping to organizing to pet care. But as the business evolved and her team grew, McRill realized that relocation management was their sweet spot. And now that she has niched down to a specialty, McRill’s business is ‘growing like crazy.’

McRill is the owner and president of The Betty Brigade,

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