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Author, keynote speaker, executive coach, and founder of Executive Essentials, Michelle Tillis Lederman, teaches corporations and professionals to communicate with confidence, clarity, and connection.
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Three Reasons Why Successful Women Are Not Considered Likable… And How to Change That

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I was talking to my girlfriend the other day and started ranting halfway through the conversation. I had just read an article about likability in the work place and the woman who was interviewed commented that likability and success are related for men, but work inversely for women. Both[Read More...]

Transitioning From the Military to the Civilian Workplace

Transitioning From the Military to the Civilian Workplace

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How To Handle The Three Biggest Challenges Veterans’ Day is approaching and my kids have no idea why they have a day off from school. Service members are just that – serving our country. When you come home, you face a huge adjustment. This blog is for those who have served[Read More...]

New Grad To New Job

New Grad To New Job

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5 Tips To Kick Off Your Career Are you a recent graduate about to start your first job? Perhaps you are a recent graduate who is moving into a new role. Wondering how to differentiate yourself and hit the ground running? Follow these tips to stand out for the right[Read More...]

Now That You’re Listening…

Now That You're Listening...

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How to Improve Your Listening Style (Part 2) Every time I offer the exercise from last week’s blog post, Are You Listening? during a workshop or coaching session, most people get excited to identify their style. This excitement, though, soon turns to embarrassment when they realize they may not be listening[Read More...]

Are You Listening?

Are You Listening?

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What Kind of Listener Are You? (Part 1) Rate the following listening scenarios from 1 – 10, with 1 being most like you and 10 being the least. A. ___  Your co-worker is telling you about how her boyfriend of three years abruptly dumped her the night before. You appear to[Read More...]