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Why we must talk more, and type less.

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Bestselling Author., Master Coach & TV Personality, Margie Warrell discusses on Australia’s Sunrise morning show how the overuse of social media can leave those who use it the most feeling increasingly alone and disconnected. As Margie says, “It appeals to our vanity and vulnerability. And while Facebook is a fabulous tool but we can’t rely on it to replace the human element in building real, strong and genuine relationships.”

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Are you afraid of a “Courageous Conversation?” Author Margie Warrell on how to have one

Margie Warrell, Author of Stop Playing Safe says that too often we avoid the most important conversations because they are the most difficult. In her book she shares keys to engaging in ‘Courageous Conversations’ to build trust, understanding, influence and more rewarding relationships.

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We all struggle with self-doubt. We all feel anxious about not having what it takes to succeed, of failing or looking foolish. Margie’s book will show you how to engage in bigger conversations to produce better outcomes in your work and life.What could you accomplish if you were more courageous?

“Stop Playing Safe will help you harness the courage to take the risks that make sense – and give you the success you want.” – Randy Gage, New York Times Bestselling Author

Hate your job? Why you need to do something about it.

Forbes Columnist, Author & Executive Life Coach Margie Warrell discusses the huge cost of employee disengagement, why so many people dislike their job and what it takes to enjoy it on Australia’s Sunrise morning show.

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How to manage a bad boss: 5 strategies by Margie Warrell

Margie Warrell talks about the new research that shows that people don’t leave jobs, they leave managers. She gives five strategies for how to overcome an unfair boss: 1). Identify their key motivators 2). Support their success 3). Don’t be intimated 4). Always take the high road and 5). Work around their weaknesses.

To read Margie’s Forbes column on this visit: onforb.es/19geQ7B

Learn more about Margie’s two bestselling books – Find Your Courage and Stop Playing Safe at her website MargieWarrell.com

Margie Warrell on Courage at Saxton Corporate Luncheon

www.margiewarrell.com Drawing on her diverse background in psychology and Fortune 500 business, bestselling author and Forbes columnist Margie Warrell gets to the heart of what holds people back in their careers, and equips them with the strategies and inspiration to do more and be more.

This presentation is from the ‘Profiles of Courage’ Saxton Corporate Luncheon, April 19, 2013. Visit www.saxton.com.au/margie-warrell

The value you put on yourself determines the value others will put on you.

Bestselling Author and women’s leadership coach, Margie Warrell, speaks at the EY Women’s Leadership breakfast in Washington D.C. and challenges the women to own their value.
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The Gender Gap: Are women holding the glass ceiling in place?

Bestselling Author of Stop Playing Safe and women’s leadership expert, Margie Warrell, speaks one-on-one with Debbie Kissire at the EY Women’s Leadership breakfast in Washington D.C. and challenges the women to be brave in conversation.
Margie is very aware her dress isn’t pulled down properly and that she is showing more leg than she’d have liked! A clear wardrobe malfunction!
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Women of Power: How First Ladies & Leading Women have Reshaped History

Forbes Columnist and Bestselling author Margie Warrell discusses Jackie Onassis, Michelle Obama, Princess Diana, and other leading women who’ve had the courage to challenge tradition and reshape history.

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Women make great leaders for many reasons. Here’s a few!

Bestselling Author, Forbes Columnist and Women’s Leadership Coach Margie Warrell talks to ABC News about women in the leadership, success in the workplace and CEO Marissa Mayer making bold decisions in the workplace.

To get a copy of Margie’s new book Stop Playing Safe visit www.stopplayingsafe.com