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by Jill Foster on December 28, 2009

3 Reasons Why Being a Volunteer Leader Helps Your Business

by Jill Foster on December 28, 2009

One of the great things about joining a professional development organization is that you can get hands-on leadership experience as a volunteer; experience which, they say, will serve you well in your “real” job. Certainly that’s a selling point for such organizations and in the PR/communications field, organizations such as IABC and PRSA thrive on [...]

by Jill Foster on October 2, 2009

Growing Into the Title of CEO: It Starts Today

by Jill Foster on October 2, 2009

As a small business owner, nothing communicates confidence to prospective customers, employees, and partners more than your title as CEO. In just three letters, the title communicates self-confidence, leadership, vision, strategy, and credibility. And yet, so many small business owners struggle with this title. I can remember feeling uncomfortable with the title of CEO when [...]

by Jill Foster on March 23, 2009

Listen up: Learning the Most Important Leadership Skill

by Jill Foster on March 23, 2009

Guest post by Katie Kemple, regular guest contributor to Women Grow Business & COO of Capitol News Connection, a multimedia news non-profit. She holds an Executive Master’s in Leadership from Georgetown University and believes in the power of positive thinking (plus embracing failure as a path to success). Katie is writing a memoir about being [...]