Even in the most inclusive workplaces, employees wrestle with how much of themselves to share. Coming out as a gay CEO is one tangible action this finance CEO took to create more representation for the LGBTQ2S+ community.
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10 entrepreneurial superpowers at work in Eastern Europe
Entrepreneurs possess a unique skill set: to create solutions amid chaos. EO’s CEO, Dr. Carrie Santos, shares a first-hand account of how entrepreneurs are leveraging their talents to benefit Ukrainian refugees in Eastern Europe.
8 EO members share lessons from their best and worst business partnerships
Every founder has considered a partnership at one time or another. Eight EO members share best practices for forming strong partnerships and the lessons they learned from unsuccessful ventures.
Selling your company? 4 issues at the intersection of parenting and entrepreneuring
You only get one chance to sell your business, so it’s crucial to do it right. If it’s getting near the time to sell your business, be sure to allow enough time to prepare thoroughly. When selling your business, it’s never just business. It’s very, very personal.
How the Pick Two Rule helps entrepreneurs juggle priorities
Entrepreneurs must juggle work, family and lifestyle priorities on a daily basis. Author and keynote speaker Robert Glazer shares how the Pick Two Rule can apply and help with prioritization.
How to practice rigorous authenticity by surrendering what others think
What are you holding onto because of what other people think and how they view you? A leadership coach who practices rigorous authenticity confesses what he held onto to impress others.
EO Canada Bridge chapter welcomes its youngest member
EO Canada Bridge is excited to welcome its youngest member, Brandan Ranaldi, who is one of fewer than 2 percent of entrepreneurs under 30 in Canada. Through EO GSEA and EO Accelerator, Ranaldi was able to gain important entrepreneurial insights and grow his company to qualify for EO–before age 25!
My Pandemic Pivot: From 0 to 130
As an Asian American woman in business during a time fraught with anti-Asian rhetoric and even violence toward members of my community, I wouldn’t let those things stop me from succeeding. Instead, I showed up more fully, more generously, and with gratitude for everything we have. I pivoted my business and we’re still standing–and stronger than ever.
Why some leaders deny reality with return-to-office strategies amid Delta surge
A behavioral scientist explores why some reputable employers are pushing employees to risk their health through return-to-office plans and whether this will contribute further to the Great Resignation of employees.
A heartfelt ‘thank you’ to the teacher who impacted my entrepreneurial journey
With exceptional teachers in the lives of students who want to learn and grow, students can achieve greatness. Especially when those teachers expect no less than greatness from their students.