Cindi Bigelow of Bigelow Tea on Being Sincere to Your Core

Cindi Bigelow is the president of Bigelow Tea. Bigelow Tea (http://www.bigelowtea.com/) is a family owned company, whose goal is to produce the best cup of tea possible. In this video Cindi talks to NEXT for Women about sincerity and giving a piece of yourself everyday. This can range from admitting mistakes to asking for someone’s help.

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The Dangers of Opting Out Too Early with Red Hat’s DeLisa Alexander

DeLisa Alexander is the Executive Vice-President and Chief People Officer at Red Hat (http://www.redhat.com/), one of the leading companies in the free and open source software sector. In this video DeLisa talks to NEXT for Women about opting out. She suggests giving yourself options and maintaining some measure of work, so that it will be easier to opt back into...

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Smarties’ Sarah Dee on Hanging Tough in Negotiations

Owned and operated by three generations of the Dee family, Smarties (http://www.smarties.com/) is America’s favorite candy roll. Vice President of Operations Sarah Dee talks about how confidence is key in the workplace. Be confident in yourself and your strengths and make sure people know you have the knowledge and drive.

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Susan Shor of Eileen Fisher on Having Multiple Mentors

Susan Shor is the Chief Culture Officer & Facilitating Leader at Eileen Fisher (http://www.eileenfisher.com/), an American clothing retailer, known for the simplicity of clothing and the use of non-traditional models. In this video Susan talks to NEXT for Women about the importance of mentors and how the more one develops in their give career, the more an individual is open...

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GlaxoSmithKline’s Letizia Amadini-Lane on Being a Connective Leader

Letizia Amadini-Lane is the Head of Leadership Culture at GlaxoSmithKline (http://www.gsk.com/), one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare companies. In this video Letizia talks to NEXT for Women about different examples on how to lead. These examples include: connective leadership, inspirational leadership, directive leadership, solo leadership, competitive leadership.

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Lisa Price of Carol’s Daughter: Mother Knows Best (And How To Conduct Yourself At Work)

Lisa Price is the founder and president of Carol’s Daughter. Carol’s Daughter (http://www.carolsdaughter.com) is has been known for its natural beauty products for more than 20 years. Lisa talks to NEXT for Women (http://www.nextforwomen.com) about what her mother taught her about being professional. Using examples from her own life, Lisa shares how her mother always had the best advice when...

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Co-producer of ‘Yogawoman’ Kate Clere McIntyre on Directing Your Career In The Arts

Kate Clere McIntyre is the co-producer and director of the documentary film “Yogawoman” (http://www.yogawoman.tv/), a film about a generation of women who are leading the way in teaching the traditions of yoga from the busy streets of Manhattan to the dusty slums of Kenya. In this video Kate talks to NEXT for Women (http://www.nextforwomen.com/) about directing your career in the...

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Elizabeth Lesser on Being Kind, Not Nice

Elizabeth Lesser is co-founder and senior adviser of Omega Institute (http://eomega.org). In this video with NEXT for Women (http://www.nextforwomen.com), Lesser states that the desire to be nice to everyone is still locked into the DNA of women. You can be kind and fierce, but not nice and fierce, and that it is almost always impossible to advance in one’s career...

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Ted Rubin on Building Relationships With Social Media

Ted Rubin, Chief Social Marketing Officer at Collective Bias and the #1 most-followed CMO on Twitter, speaks with NEXT for Women about building relationships using social media. Ted is a leading social marketing strategist and in March 2009 started using and evangelizing the term “Return on Relationship™” as a way to measure social media efficacy. Find Ted on Twitter at...

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Elizabeth Lesser – Why Women Will Be The Leaders Of Tomorrow

Elizabeth Lesser is co-founder and senior adviser of Omega Institute (http://eomega.org) and for 30 years, she has studied and worked with leading figures in the fields of emotional intelligence and healing—healing self and healing society. In this video Elizabeth speaks with NEXT for Women about leadership and why women will be the true leaders of tomorrow. Lesser is a New...

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