Monthly Archives: March 2014

5 Keys to Effective Delegation

5 Keys to Effective Delegation Image

Whether you’re a chair on a new project or a higher-level manager, the foundation to effective delegation remains the same. The concept of delegation comes with a fair amount of scrutiny. It is commonly perceived as militarily ordering commands to subordinates.

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Wyllie Women

Cherra Wyllie, Anne Wyllie Ammendolia and Jeanne Ferraro. as young women

How to Say “Wyllie” It is no coincidence that their name is pronounced the same as ‘wily’. Wyllie women are most certainly cunning, artful, crafty, and sharp. They have the determination to always succeed and the charm to win over almost

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“The Day I Wore Jeans to Work” by Amy Jorgensen

Originally posted on WISA:
I believe that “you dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” Personal branding has been an increasingly popular topic over the past couple of years. We are encouraged to be aware of…

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Women with short hair are ugly

I have received quite a bit of interesting feedback on my October post, Cutting Remarks: How a woman’s hair length affects her brand. Some from females upset or offended with my decision to cut my hair, some supporting my new look…

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10 Tips for Building an Effective Blog

The digital world is small – especially in higher ed. Robert Wyllie, my younger cousin, found me through the interwebs while researching how to improve his new blog: . Rob is incredibly brilliant, and I was humbled when he reached out for

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