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Selections from Liz Brunner, CEO and Founder of Brunner Communications

Reserve your seat for the Executive Coaching Workshop for Women

April 30th, 2019 | Liz’s Picks

Ladies – Do you want to feel more confident, sound more confident, capture the attention of your audience and command a room? Learn more about our fifth Executive Coaching Workshop for Women. You’ll end the day with the skills and knowledge to build your professional presence and brand. Registration is open now. Reserve your ticket today; […]

The 3 Most Important Actions Start-Up Leaders Can Take – Marshall Goldsmith

January 19th, 2018 | Liz’s Picks

Being a leader is not just about what you say, but HOW you say it and how you act. Don’t only take that advice from me. It also comes from one of my favorite world renowned coaches, Marshall Goldsmith, with advice from one of HIS favorite coaches. In this final installment of my recent interview […]

Diversity & Inclusion

April 17th, 2014 | Liz’s Picks

If we want progress, or if we’re looking for change, we need to take a second look at our diversity and inclusion initiatives in the workplace. But here’s the key; we can’t just implement it…we must be dedicated to it. That’s what is being celebrated at NEHRA’s 2014 Diversity & Inclusion Awards Gala. I’m proud to have […]

Eliminating Youth Violence

March 29th, 2014 | Liz’s Picks
Bostonians for Youth

Everyday the lives of this city’s young people are threatened by violence. We should talk about changing the odds and creating new opportunities – and that’s exactly what we did at this year’s Bostonians for Youth, the Trinity Boston Foundation’s annual call-to-action. I feel strongly about supporting the mission once again. For more information visit http://bostoniansforyouth.org/  

“The Lemonade Stand”

December 6th, 2013 | Liz’s Picks

I recently had the tables turned on me when I was NOT the one asking the questions, but was the one being interviewed!  And what a delight it was.  I sat down with Linda Samuels from the URBusiness Network, a fabulous business internet radio network, as a guest on her show, “The Lemonade Stand.”  As […]

It’s More Than JUST a paycheck!

November 12th, 2013 | Liz’s Picks

“Powering Employees With More Than a Paycheck” Do you feel burned out at your job? Do you feel like your bosses really care about YOU as a person, and not just your productivity? Do you feel appreciated… Valued for what you bring to the table? For many people, feeling good about the work they do […]

7 Things Great Entrepreneurs DON’T Do

November 7th, 2013 | Liz’s Picks

Before I launched my company, like many new business owners, at some point the question runs through your head, “Am I really cut out for this?”  It’s a good, healthy question to ask! This recent article in Entrepreneur also gives anyone thinking of becoming an “entrepreneur” some really hard questions to ask yourself. After going […]

You are NEVER too old to learn!

November 6th, 2013 | Liz’s Picks

Kudos to 75-year-old Natalie Yellin who is profiled it today’s Wall Street Journal. She is not letting age stop her from being a part of today’s social media world. This article  got me thinking about how many “seniors” —let alone baby boomers — who say “I’m too old to learn this… or learn that,”  or […]

Women & Power

November 5th, 2013 | Liz’s Picks

“Is the Glass Ceiling Gone?” “Is the Old Boys’ Network Dead?” Two very good questions, and the title of this article in this past Sunday’s Boston Globe Magazine.  Both questions were asked of women AND men!  Their “take” is quite interesting… Are we making progress in this arena?  I think so, but we can always […]

How do you feel about “Casual Day?”

October 29th, 2013 | Liz’s Picks

Clothing styles may come and go, and that also goes for “business attire” in some companies.  It certainly has changed in the TV world!  Gone are the days when covering your arms was a must!  Now, women are often seen with sleeveless dresses even in the middle of winter.   But this article “Dress Like You […]

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