Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

Dallas Philanthropy Program Accepting Applications From Under-30s

Posted by Rachel Linch

Applications from philanthropy-focused North Texas residents under the age of 30 are being accepted for the 2018-2019 Dana Juett Social Venture Leadership Residency Program.

The program was created to give area residents a hands-on philanthropy learning experience. It was started …

Munck Wilson Mandala Is Bringing
S.H.E. Summit Bacardi to Dallas

Posted by Munck Wilson Mandala, LLP

Law firm Munck Wilson Mandala, LLP is partnering with S.H.E. Summit and Bacardi to bring S.H.E. Summit Bacardi to Dallas, August 16, 2018, at the Omni Dallas.

S.H.E. Summit Bacardi is an empowerment event aimed at cultivating women and men …

Developing the Technology Leaders of Tomorrow

Posted by Jenn Hulett

When I was in the first grade, I wanted to be a Girl Scout. Earning badges and wearing the uniform was majorly appealing to my six-year-old self. Unfortunately, my mother was putting herself through college during the day by working …

The Confidence Gap: Girls’ Ambition Is Not the Problem in the STEM Workforce Pipeline

Posted by Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas

As young as age six, girls begin to identify boys as more brilliant. They also start associating men with the term “leader,” and begin backing away from more complex subjects such as math and science.

Earlier this year, Florida …

‘NoMeanGirls:’ Conference Aims to Empower Women Leaders

Posted by Amy Wolff Sorter

Sometimes, women trying to interact with other women can lead to some spite and snarkiness. But, Plaid for Women, a digital media company, doesn’t buy it.

To prove it, the women-oriented company is bringing its National #NoMeanGirls Conference to Dallas. …

CEOS Sharing Entrepreneurial Journeys With South Dallas High School Students

Posted by Dave Montgomery

Nearly 50 male high school students from across southern Dallas are gathering this week at the University of North Texas at Dallas for five days of intensive training and mentoring designed to help mold them into tomorrow’s business leaders.

Known …

Female Change Makers Gather
at SMU for Leadership Fostering

Posted by Renee Yan

As a professional football player and member of team USA at the International Federation of American Football Women’s World Championship, Jen Welter won gold medals.

Her paycheck for the season — $12 or $1 per a game. 

“Your worth is …

Storytelling: A Tool to Assess Organizational Values, Culture

Posted by Jonathan Silk

In the United States, working Americans spend the majority of their waking hours at work with their peers, direct reports, supervisors, students, etc. It stands to reason that leaders interested in establishing a positive organizational culture would want to understand …

UTD: You Successfully Launched a Startup – Now What?

Posted by UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management

Using his three decades of experience as an entrepreneur and turnaround executive, Joseph C. Picken, Ph.D., helps students at The University of Texas at Dallas lay out a road map for their entrepreneurial success.

“The road to entrepreneurial success is …

Positive Leaders Steer Organizations to Common Goal

Posted by Jonathan Silk

Leaders set the tone for the climate and culture of an organization.

If leaders take a mindset that they alone have the answers to the organization’s challenges and believe that solutions are passed down from top-to-bottom, they risk establishing a …

Mark Cuban Offers His Tips on Being a Leader

Posted by Lance Murray

Billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is well known for offering his opinions and tips about life, business and the startup world.

In a recent interview with Men’s Fitness, the Shark Tank star offered up tips and advice about …

Why Universal Mind Knows Dallas is the Place to be in September

Posted by Universal Mind

We all know that Dallas is a bustling and happening place. That’s part of the reason why we were initially attracted to the region. But, in the year or so Universal Mind has been in the area, the attraction has …

Entrepreneurship Is the New Black

Posted by Candice Quarles

I have always searched for a place that could be uniquely mine in Dallas. I see many small cities and suburbs here, tiny islands that if they were more connected could really push a region forward. How much more could …