Connie Glaser, Women Leadership Expert

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Connie Glaser, Women Leadership Expert

<a href="http://www.connieglaser.com/ " target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>Connie Glaser</b></a> is the country’s leading expert on gender communication and women’s leadership issues. Her nationally syndicated column appears in top business publications around the country. Recognized for her insights on the changing workplace, Connie has appeared on The Today Show, FOX News, CNN, and NBC Nightly News. A dynamic speaker for companies around the world, Connie’s clients include FedEx, McKinsey & Co, ESPN, Morgan Stanley, GE, AT&T, Deloitte, Xerox, Time Warner, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the U.S. Navy. <br><br> To learn more about Connie Glaser’s books, syndicated columns, and awards, please visit <a href="http://www.connieglaser.com/ " target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>www.connieglaser.com </b></a>

Stories by Connie Glaser, Women Leadership Expert

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Best-selling author and keynote speaker Connie Glaser is one of the country’s leading experts on gender communication and women in leadership....
Do you ever feel that no matter how much you accomplish, it’s just not good enough? That regardless of how much you achieve, you could do more...