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“The Women's Leadership Development was excellent it allowed us to dig into our personality traits by using the DiSC profile, it also helped us identify how well we work with others and how to adjust when needed. I also enjoyed the open discussions that allowed us to see how other people deal with diversity and inclusion and how important it is becoming within companies. Thanks for hosting us! I look forward to upcoming events like this.”


3-Day Green Juice Detox and Cleanse

Most people think about buckling down on their diets. What I have found works best is to take it in small steps. Start with changing your eating for just a few days -- with a 3-day juice cleanse -- and it is remarkable what positive transformation will follow.  

The romance of unhealthy foods is powerful, as evidenced by the 65 percent of Americans who struggle daily with being overweight and obese. But it is essential to break the cycle of dependence on saturated fats, refined carbohydrates, processed foods, and excess caffeine and alcohol. 

In addition to breaking the cycle of cravings of foods that undermine your health, just three days of a juice cleanse can do so much more! Here in this manual are significant health enhancements you can obtain with the 3-day juice cleanse. Let's get motivated and make this the year of your transformation!

How To Stand Out During An Informational Interview: 13 Techniques For Job Seekers

Informational interviews are a great way to gain unique insight into companies and the positions they offer. For a job seeker, the main aim of the discussion should be to clarify what the company stands for and to learn a bit more about what the business does to see if you’d like working for that company or within that industry. Educating yourself is the crucial purpose of these kinds of interviews.

However, it's still an interview, and the questions you ask might help you stand out from the competition. To aid job seekers that have an upcoming informational meeting, 13 contributors to Forbes Coaches Council look at what you should be doing to ensure that you're making a lasting impression that could result in a real employment opportunity down the road.

Want To Be A Better Team Player? Take These 15 Steps

The ability to work well with others and collaborate on projects is invaluable. Many employers actively search for this quality in candidates, hoping to create a staff full of “team players.”

Fortunately, even those who lack this skill can work on and develop it. We asked a panel of Forbes Coaches Council members how employees can work toward becoming better co-workers and team players for their current and future careers. Here’s what they had to say.

14 Ways To Embrace And Accept Change In Your Life

It's not uncommon to worry about the ramifications of change. Whether it comes from our own decisions or forces beyond our control, change in our personal and professional lives can be intimidating, but it's often necessary to keep growing and evolving.

Instead of fearing change, many coaching professionals recommend embracing it and viewing it as a positive force in your life. To help you do this, we asked the members of Forbes Coaches Council how someone can work toward embracing change. Based on their responses, here are some of the most effective strategies to try.

15 Essential Podcasts For The Busy Entrepreneur

For an engaged business owner, there's very little time left to do things like read the news or idly browse websites. As busy as they are, entrepreneurs need to find time to learn the latest news in their industry and in the world of business as a whole. It’s vital if they want to stay relevant and advance their career.

This is where podcasts come in, as a form of media that’s easier to digest -- a busy professional who’s traveling may find a podcast far more accessible than walking around with a broadsheet or magazine. Additionally, podcasts can be a virtually endless supply of fresh information, new ideas and useful advice to help entrepreneurs educate and better themselves. 

15 Outdated Practices Managers Shouldn't Follow In The Modern Workplace

Managerial advice and “how-to” articles on leadership are everywhere. From online forum participants to your former bosses, everyone has an opinion on how to be better leaders. However, even well-intentioned advice has an expiration date.

We asked the members of Forbes Coaches Council for their take on common managerial practices, particularly focusing on what they consider to be outdated for today’s managers. See their responses below to understand which older practices to keep out of today’s work environment.

There’s no way around it: You must take risks in life if you’re looking to grow. In the entrepreneurial world, these risks can be inherently linked to the way you run your business and subsequently impact the outcome of your business’ success.

Taking risks is scary, but many note they are happier with the risks they took that didn’t turn out the way they wanted versus the risks they never went through with. Below, a panel of Forbes Coaches Council members explain the ways entrepreneurs can be responsible about their business risks and minimize any potential negative impact.

When it comes to asking for a raise, you may not even know how to begin to approach the topic, much less in a tactful way. Money is still a taboo subject in American work culture, so some find it intimidating, uncomfortable and just plain awkward to ask for what they believe they’re worth.

If you’re hoping to ask for a salary boost, it is vital to come to the table prepared and ready for a level-headed, data-backed, professional conversation. To help, we asked 13 Forbes Coaches Council members to share their best tips for employees looking to ask for and negotiate that raise they’ve worked so hard for.

12 Ways To Get Out Of Your Head And Combat Entrepreneurial Loneliness

Being an entrepreneur can come with a lot of great perks. However, as solopreneurs (and even busy entrepreneurs with a team) know, the workday can sometimes feel a bit lonely.

This loneliness can take a toll on your mental and emotional wellbeing, potentially creating rough patches in all aspects of your life. It also means you may lose touch with what’s best for your business.

To help you, we asked 12 members of Forbes Coaches Council to detail one thing you can do to combat loneliness and move onward to the great work you know you’re capable of doing.