Elizabeth Thornton

The Objective Leader: How to Leverage the Power of Seeing Things As They Are

We are all subjective — it’s human nature. We overreact to situations; we judge people too quickly and unfairly; we take something personally when it was not really meant that way. As a result, we lose relationships, reputation, money and peace of mind. And in our ever-more-complex world, leaders must make decisions faster and with more conflicting information; widespread insecurity makes people territorial and risk-averse; and the consequences of every action are played out … [ more ]

Pioneering Pay Equity: Strategies to Bridge the Gap, Own Your Value and Negotiate Your Worth

When women are empowered to lead and given the tools and support to do so, they make choices that change history. Why is it, then, that women are not compensated to reflect our power? Why is it that even in today’s age, women in the U.S. make 77 cents for every dollar a man makes on average? In this interactive session, leaders and negotiation experts will share how we can lead the charge … [ more ]

Podcast: Get Smarter About Thinking Clearly with Elizabeth Thornton

Have you ever over-reacted to a situation? Do you sometimes take things personally that really are not meant that way? Have you ever misinterpreted the tone in an email and then responded with “tone?” How often do you judge other people unfairly? Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

Bring on the Brave! 15 Women Share Their Most Daring Career Moves

Turns out you don’t have to search long or hard for women’s stories of courage at work—especially when you have our contact list! We asked and were swamped with responses. Here’s the first installment of fear-defying deeds and what our speakers and friends have learned from them. Be prepared to be inspired.

Free Teleclass: Get Smarter About Thinking Clearly

Get Smarter About Thinking Clearly Tuesday, February 17, 2015 12:00-12:30pm CDT REGISTER HERE Have you ever over-reacted to a situation? Do you sometimes take things personally that really are not meant that way? Have you ever misinterpreted the tone in an email and then responded with “tone?” How often do you judge other people unfairly?

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