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Are You More Successful Than You Realize? Probably.

By | Posted Sep 8, 2016

Do you look at successful people and wonder why you’re not one of them? Well, you probably are. Here’s how to know if you’re a successful person, but just don’t realize it.

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Women In Business: Know Who You Are, And What You’re Worth

By | Posted Aug 25, 2016

Joan Walsh, National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation and MSNBC analyst, discusses how things have changed since she entered the workforce—and why businesswomen need to fight the wage gap.

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This is How Everyone Can ‘Show Up’ At Work

By | Posted Aug 24, 2016

When we reconnect with what drives us, we have deeper access to a fuel source of purpose and clarity that makes it easier to say “yes” and “no” to the right things—and stand powerfully for what we want.

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6 Steps To Set Boundaries Between Work And Family

By | Posted Aug 23, 2016 | 1 Comment

How can businesswomen end the downward spiral of discontent and guilt over balancing personal and professional responsibilities? Take these 6 steps to set boundaries between work and family—without sacrificing either one.

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TWIST Personal And Professional Passions For A Stronger Brand

By | Posted Aug 22, 2016

Life’s too short for businesswomen to subdue our passions in the name of “professionalism.” Explore your personal story for TWISTS that can add credibility and profitability to your brand.

3 Ways Women Can Embrace the Role of Family CFO

By | Posted Jun 10, 2016

Are you the newly designated Chief Financial Officer for your family? Kimberly Palmer, author of Smart Mom, Rich Mom outlines three very simple ways to start managing money efficiently for your family and invest in their futures.

Three Techniques to Minimize Gender Bias in Performance Evaluations

By | Posted May 26, 2016

Why aren’t more women making it to the C-Suite level? Your organization has the ability to change this trend by making performance evaluations as fair as possible. Andrea S. Kramer and Alton B. Harris, authors of ‘Breaking Through Bias,’ outline three simple methods you can apply to the evaluation process.

4 Ways Women Can Advocate for Themselves

By | Posted Apr 13, 2016 | 1 Comment

Do you want to break through the gender bias and rise to the top? Former attorneys Andrea S. Kramer and Alton B. Harris are advocates of gender equality and actively seek to empower professional women achieve their goals through written articles, workshops and books. Incorporating their four methods of self-promotion and see how your career will take off!

The Five Most Effective Negotiation Techniques

By | Posted Apr 5, 2016

Do you want to negotiate your way to success? Attorney, legal analyst and best-selling author Rikki Klieman has spent her entire career negotiating everything from comp packages to new positions across multiple professions. Integrate her methods into your next meeting and pave the way to a more successful career!

How to Negotiate Your Own Success

By | Posted Mar 14, 2016 | 1 Comment

Are you dreading your next negotiation? Ellie Nieves has career-long experience in negotiating and also coaches other women to become empowered in their careers. Become a successful negotiator by putting away your fears and taking the necessary steps to prepare beforehand.

How To Network In 20 Minutes Or Less

By | Posted Mar 4, 2016 | 1 Comment

Are you interested in networking with others but are intimidated by the process? Take the right steps to grow your career by learning how to easily connect with the right people in a small time frame.

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Why Every Organization Needs a Mentoring Program

By | Posted Mar 2, 2016 | 2 Comments

Are you aware of the benefits of having a mentor? People need guidance at any point in their careers and at any level in an organization. Bill Driscoll, an expert on recruiting and related workplace issues explains how your employees can make a profound impact at your organization.

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