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Excellence in Practice: Karen Hill, Baptist Health

  Karen has served on the Board of Women Leading Kentucky, spent two years as Board Chair, and now participates on the Executive Council.   Her employer, Baptist Hospital, has […]

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A STUDY OF ENTREPRENEURIAL CLIMATE: Are you getting the help you need?

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YOU MAY WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THIS: The Kentucky Entrepreneur Network (KEN) – a program of the 501c3 Small Business Ventures — has been established to connect entrepreneurs to mentors, […]

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Keep On Keeping On

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If you missed hearing Ruth Brinkley at the Women Leading Kentucky Roundtable in February, you missed a very good presentation of how she leads complex healthcare organizations. As President & […]

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In Praise of Spring

While winter is beautiful, with fields of white, white snow and black trees showing their bones, I don’t like winter.  It makes me very lazy and I want to sleep, […]

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Leading from Behind

Excerpts from Time Magazine’s “Chancellor of the Free World” (December 2015) “At a moment when much of the world is once more engaged in a furious debate about the balance […]

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The Miscommunication of E-Communication

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Everyone knows how dependent we all are on e-communications. The computer, the emails, Facebook, twitter and more. I like the ease of these communications but I’m aware that I simplify […]

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The Month of September

September always reminds me of starting school. The new pencil boxes, big erasers and lined paper. New shoes and maybe a new outfit or sweater. The excitement of those early […]

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In the Moment

Lately, I’ve been thinking about how much we all live in the future or even in the past. That is, most of the time we’re not where we think we […]

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Hard Work is Good for the Heart

People keep asking me about the next book I’m writing.  I’m grateful for their interest and I am a few thousand words into it.  Much of it will cover how […]

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