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We are in a bull market for advice to women on how to get ahead in their companies. For most of my career, I lived it. I worked in some of the most male of companies (ok, I never worked for Twitter.)
“Lack of a formal mentor” is often listed as a reason why women are less successful than men. And while there are many benefits to both having and being a m...
Ask the question “How do you hire?” and you most often get an answer that concludes with “and that’s how I find the best person for the job.” That's not how I hire.
When it comes to organizing our finances, we typically have good intentions. But then, as it often does, “life” somehow manages to get in the way.
Why do some people rise to the top, while others sink to the bottom? In today’s dramatically reconfigured world, success is increasingly dependent on how we interact with others.
Some people don't see themselves as born leaders, but everyone has the potential to be one. The trick is in finding a leadership style that suits your personality. Though there are as many leadersh...
Women have long struggled to strike that perfect balance between their professional and personal lives– especially those with children. Too often, women “opt out” of the work force after starting a...
So, your team finally understands the importance of social media-- and you've got plans to listen, respond, and engage with your community. But where does social live? Is it cross functional?
I have always tried to be an “A student.” Work hard, complete assignments, pay attention to details...and good things follow. For most of professional life, this “rule” worked extremely well.
There is an investment that women can make that has by far the greatest risk-adjusted return available. And that is asking for a raise.
By Sallie Krawcheck If you employ and manage people in a high-performance culture, there is one near-certainty. Some of them will quit or be fired. And there’s another near-certainty. It can...
Congratulations! You just received your first big promotion. Woo hoo!! Chances are you’re about to make one of these rookie mistakes.