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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...
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.
Some important facts about a vital and natural bond that too often gets needlessly broken.
I used to think that vision was mere “fluff” - not worthy of much work and time. It was more important to execute and provide products or services because those were more measurable and important.
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Let’s say you were on top of your professional game. Maybe you were head of marketing at a major firm or perhaps you were a senior analyst with a deep portfolio of research. Then, you decided to ta...
Women, to avoid being called “sensitive” or “melodramatic," often grin and bear it. I’ve had my share of moments facing a nanosecond decision of whether to call someone out or let it slide.
A CEO I interviewed with the last time I was job hunting called me the other day, asking if I’d still like the job.I said no, but thank you. What I wanted to say: are you serious?
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Life is always a balancing act, and the decision to start a family while managing a career is one of the best examples of how true this statement can be. Many women face not only the upcoming chall...
Last week I gave a brief talk on multicultural sophistication aimed at assisting the attendees in developing some additional level of self awareness in their thought process about diversity topics.
Since when did doing something "like a girl" become an insult? That's the question behind a new video wherein men and women are asked to demonstrate what it means to do certain tasks "like a girl."
By Sallie KrawcheckMost of us don’t consider ourselves to be quitters. But there are times in your career when it’s time to move on….or be moved on….or stagnate. Here are 5 signs that...