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If your networking is not-working, here are some tips to consider before, during and after an event to ensure you stand out from the crowd, make a solid impression and begin to build relationships.
Every week it seems another major American brand is in crisis. Despite a large industry of experts dedicated to fixing them, these crises only seem to be getting more frequent and damaging.
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HBR Blog NetworkManaging Your Emotions After Maternity Leaveby Hilary Pearl | 10:00 AM August 19, 2014This article was originally posted on Harvard Business Review.When you're a new mother, it feel...
Recently I started some event projects that are engaging, fun and that I’m good at. I was pretty jazzed. There was one issue, though. The number of hours in the day didn’t increase for some reason.
Not all barriers facing women can be attributed to the glass ceiling imposed by the traditional workplace. Women often hold themselves back from advancement with self-imposed barriers.
One step forward, two steps back. No sooner do female professionals burst through the glass ceilings within their respective firms, our attention is refocused on professions mired in gender equality.
It’s never been easier to connect with people. Sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo and GoFundMe make finding like-minded people to support your idea more feasible than ever.
While many women are leaning in at the office, others are opting out due to a lack of flexible scheduling, paid family leave, and affordable childcare.
Some important facts about a vital and natural bond that too often gets needlessly broken.
By Sallie KrawcheckI’ve worked with some terrific women during my career. But I’ve also been “Queen Bee’d,”University of Colorado study that showed that women and people of color who advocate for w...
Yep, you read that right. I’m sorry to be the one to break it to you –and to put it so bluntly– but it’s the honest truth.
More than three-quarters of professional leadership teams report that they do not have enough balance in their lives; as a result, they struggle at work, home or both. Women are masters at blaming ...