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Tips for Sustainable Success From Tara Powers

2018 Woman to Watch: CEO of Powers Resource Center strives to achieve a passionate workplace


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POWERS RESOURCE CENTER

Tara Powers, M.S. | CEO

Total Solutions for Talent Development

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PowersResourceCenter.com

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With 20 years of developing potential in leaders and building cohesiveness on teams, Tara Powers has a few tips to share about sustainable success.

AUTHENTICITY MATTERS

Authentic leadership matters. By practicing empathy, transparency, and emotional intelligence, leaders end up focusing on the whole person, not just results. This creates a passionate workplace.

COMPANIES THAT CARE, WIN

Companies that incorporate socially responsible practices into their values and strategy see deeper levels of commitment from employees and customers.

EMBRACE THE SHIFT

Due to cost savings, efficiency, attracting global talent and retaining superstars, remote work opportunities have increased by 800 percent. Savvy companies are evolving with this change, which is a focus in Tara’s new book Virtual Teams for Dummies.


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