Leadership lessons: How Kathrine Switzer changed history
Leaders in Heels
by LH Agenda
3M ago
The club grew in a year to be the 2nd biggest running club in NY State, after the huge New York Road Runners in NYC. The men completely respected and deferred to me, trusting --in fact, enthusing over and supporting-- my work and decisions. That's when I knew I was a leader.   ..read more
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How to fully realise your potential as a leader
Leaders in Heels
by LH Agenda
6M ago
Becoming a great leader rarely happens overnight. Leadership is a multi-faceted skill that requires self-awareness and time spent learning and practising. The first step to realise your potential as a leader is thinking of yourself as a leader while embracing both your personal and professional lives ..read more
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6 ways LH Planners can help manage ADHD
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by Kasia Gospos
8M ago
As the founder, CEO and creative director of LH Agenda, it’s fair to say I have A LOT of tabs open in my brain. I struggle with staying organised and can easily become overwhelmed by my list of responsibilities, and I know I’m not the only one among women my age. But at 40 years old, I saw an Instagram post from Mel Robbins that made me wonder, “Could I have ADHD?”  ..read more
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Reroute your brain’s GPS
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by LH Agenda
10M ago
Just like changing the GPS in your vehicle... Giving the unconscious part of your brain new GPS “coordinates” to refer to – that match the results you want to experience in your life, moving forward – makes change effortless and automatic.  ..read more
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How to identify, write about & live out your core values
Leaders in Heels
by LH Agenda
10M ago
One of the most powerful ways we can nurture our feminine energy is by getting to know our values – our North stars – so that we can begin to create a life that honours what matters most. As we identify our core values, we can mother them into being using a brilliant practice called Values Writing ..read more
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The power of AND
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by LH Agenda
11M ago
I was a senior sales leader for a Fortune 100’s Best Companies to Work. It was an in-office job and my kids were in middle school. I recall feeling so divided on multiple occasions – was my dedication and priorities on the business or my children? It very much felt like I had to make a choice and several times I felt pressured to choose the business in which I would make arrangements for the kids so I could work late and stay committed to my role as a leader. Back then, it was an expected sacrifice of a working mother ..read more
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How to prioritise your time and work on projects you love
Leaders in Heels
by LH Agenda
1y ago
Pick the most exciting project on your plate right now. You want to choose the one that calls to you the most. Think through how much time you want to devote to it each day/week/month. To get there, think of all the bite-sized steps that go into it and estimate how long each takes and the frequency. Don't just turn to it during the dregs of your schedule - proactively protect time for it ..read more
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How this international speaker built her personal brand – get her tips
Leaders in Heels
by LH Agenda
1y ago
I had been working for almost 20 years in old media and had a small following from that, but I knew this community didn’t feel really connected to me. The connection we had was built on me taking pretty pictures and posting vanilla captions. I didn’t really have any real influence I could be proud of.  ..read more
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5 tips for building a strong support network
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by LH Agenda
1y ago
You will exert a lot of effort and time to accomplish your goals. Wouldn’t it be better to not have to do it alone? What if you could work on your dream with people who held your same values and beliefs ..read more
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6 expert tips for negotiating a pay rise
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by LH Agenda
1y ago
It's unfortunate, but most corporate career ladders are designed around the average time it takes to learn and level up, which doesn't work well for employees who check all the boxes much sooner. For those employees, the next best solution is to go somewhere new where they would be evaluated for their new capabilities, and compensated accordingly ..read more
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