Villanova dean says to grow female CEOs, get girls interested in finance (hint, cool shoes matter)

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Kudos to the STEM movement (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) for building girls’ interests in science, engineering and technology... Read more

Leadership lesson: When you praise, do it right

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Donna Torrisi, executive director of the nation’s largest nurse-led network of primary care clinics, believes “it’s really... Read more

Fighting compassion fatigue in Philly health clinics

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When it comes battling poverty and sickness, nurse practitioner Donna Torrisi and her team at the Family Practice and Counseling Network... Read more

Peter Rotelle: Surviving the recession.

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It’s been nearly ten years since the start of the great recession — the recession that wiped out many a home builder. Not Peter... Read more

How engaging her staff saved her company time, money, hassle

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So much talk of meditation, centering and the connection between childhood fears and workplace attitudes: I had to keep telling myself that... Read more

What you are at work goes back to your childhood, Philly exec says

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Breathe in, breathe out. Now slowly open your eyes and read about how Susan Sweeney, president of GGB Bearing Technology, a 1,200-employee... Read more

Corporate Synergies CEO: Getting a client back to happy

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Nearly every executive I’ve met has read the business classic “Good to Great” by Jim Collins, although different executives... Read more

CEO puts Saladworks' sacred cows out to pasture

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Patrick Sugrue, Saladworks‘ new CEO, landed a job with a company that has a 30-year-old history, including a contentious ownership struggle... Read more