Monthly Archives: April 2018

You’re Not Perfect – Oh Well!

By Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen You’ve identified a behavior that’s been getting in your way. You have a clear idea of how you’ll start working on it. You understand that altering an ingrained behavior is difficult, but you have no … Continue reading

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Failing at the art of self-promotion can cost you throughout your career

by Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith Over the years, Sally has conducted in-depth interviews with countless women leaders. Several years ago, she spent days interviewing senior female partners in accounting, law, consulting, and investment firms. She was interested in learning what they … Continue reading

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How to Access the Power of Your Radar

By Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen One of women’s great strengths is their ability to notice a lot of things at once. Men on the other hand tend to concentrate more on one region. The result? Women’s attention for the most … Continue reading

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The #1 Success Killer and How to Beat It!

By Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen Do you cling to the past? Spend time reliving unfortunate things that have happened? Tell yourself that you need to rehash events because you’re trying to “figure things out” in order to understand exactly what … Continue reading

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Navigating the Line Between Bonding and TMI at Work

By Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen In the workplace, disclosing too much can undermine your capacity to be seen as a trusted and discreet professional. It’s more often women who over-disclose than men. Why is this? Two reasons: Either they assume … Continue reading

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