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Katie Kemple

by Shonali Burke on February 17, 2010

Want To Attract Better Clients? Define Your Corporate Culture

by Shonali Burke on February 17, 2010

“Can you give me a proposal?” A few weeks ago, I was having lunch with several small business owners. The topic up for discussion: tough clients. As we went around the table trading horror stories, my friend Kacy Paide came to mind. Kacy owns the Inspired Office and has one of best FAQ sections I’ve [...]

Changing times often call for a change in leadership styles. And the book Engaging Leadership: Three Agendas for Sustaining Achievement advocates that the rapid pace of business and technology requires “open source” leaders. It offers fresh insight on leadership in the new millennium, in an easily digestible 130 pages rich in storytelling, data and useful [...]

by Jill Foster on June 26, 2009

Storytelling with a Bang: Help Others See Your Business More Clearly through Public Presentation

by Jill Foster on June 26, 2009

Earlier in the week, I entered a conversation here at Women Grow Business about my former career as a bellydancer — and its influence on my public speaking and audience engagement. Since then, several additional concepts came to mind. So here the conversation continues; and certainly share your thoughts in the comments (or tools and [...]

by Jill Foster on June 22, 2009

Changing the World with Leadership and Bellydancers: Tips for a Better Public Speech

by Jill Foster on June 22, 2009

When I was in my 20s I led a double life. By day, I was a PR manager at a non-profit — writing speeches, pitching the media and organizing events. By night, I was a professional bellydancer shuffling between gigs at embassies, parties and restaurants. Of the two, guess where I learned more about the [...]

by Jill Foster on May 21, 2009

The Business of Good Negotiation Skills: It's Relationships (Not Money) That's at Stake

by Jill Foster on May 21, 2009

Guest post by Katie Kemple, producer of the Women Grow Business leadership series. With an extensive background in radio, television, and communications, she holds an Executive Master’s in Leadership from Georgetown University. Katie believes in the power of positive thinking (plus embracing failure as a path to success). She’s writing a memoir about being unemployed [...]

by Jill Foster on April 8, 2009

As a Leader, It's in Your Best Interest to Recognize Revenge

by Jill Foster on April 8, 2009

Guest post by Katie Kemple, producer of the Women Grow Business leadership series. With an extensive background in radio, television, and communications, she holds an Executive Master’s in Leadership from Georgetown University. Katie believes in the power of positive thinking (plus embracing failure as a path to success). She’s writing a memoir about being unemployed [...]