The “Just be Yourself” Challenge / Dr. Mitchel Adler

By Dr. Mitchel Adler 2018 Women’s Leadership Conference Breakout Keynote Speaker “Just be yourself!” Three simple words.  They’re easy to say, but not always easy to do.  As a clinical psychologist, these three basic words make me cringe, as there is a subtle shame that can emerge when we think that it’s simple to “just be yourself.” Being authentic, or “just being yourself,” stands as one of the most challenging tasks in life. Why? Because humans are complex, contextual beings. We each have unique histories that helped shape our brain’s 87 billion neurons into an amazing neural tapestry that is
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Jenny Evans on her #ICAN2018 Session / A Video Message

  A video from Jenny Evans 2018 Women’s Leadership Conference Breakout Keynote Speaker Jenny previews her breakout session ‘It’s Time for a REvolution: Bringing out the Resilient, Authentic Leader’ in this playful video. Check it out to learn more about what to expect and what you could learn – so you can decide if you want to check this one out!
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Leadership and Being You / Angela Hucles

By Angela Hucles 2018 Women’s Leadership Conference Main Stage Keynote Speaker I recently gave the keynote address at the Nichols College Empowering Women in Business Conference and also spoke to the student-athletes on campus. It was a wonderful experience to be in an environment that focuses on preparing students for the real world by giving them practical opportunities to develop skills for success. It was also a very warm and welcoming tight-knit community that focuses on leadership and empowerment, so I felt right at home and like it was a little slice of heaven. In the speech, one of the
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Self-Awareness: What to do about the Truth / Tasha Eurich

By Tasha Eurich 2018 Women’s Leadership Conference Main Stage Keynote Speaker It was a beautiful spring afternoon on the East Coast. I had just finished a keynote for a client, and to say that I was in a hurry would be a slight understatement. With an alarmingly small window of time to catch my flight home, I quickly shook a few hands, hastily packed up my things, and tore into a run once I left the meeting room. As I sprinted through the hotel hallway, I heard equally fast footsteps in the distance. When I turned around, I was surprised
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