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Reputations Are Built over Time, Not Manufactured Overnight on the Internet

Reputations Are Built over Time, Not Manufactured Overnight on the Internet

I have written articles and blogs over the years that speak to a trend I’ve encountered in the recruiting process, in which people tell gross […]

Closing the Pay Gap Requires Transparency and Commitment

Closing the Pay Gap Requires Transparency and Commitment

Many states have recently adopted laws that require companies of all sizes to close the gender pay gap. The principle underlying these laws is simple: […]

Skill-Building and Connecting Highlight WLC’s Women’s Leadership Workshop

Skill-Building and Connecting Highlight WLC’s Women’s Leadership Workshop

Nearly 70 businesswomen from around the country—some from as far away as Texas and California—attended a day of skill building, leadership training, and networking on […]

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If you want to become more focused, more effective, less stressed, more creative or anything else, you have the potential. The key is training your mind, and the tool is mindfulness.




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Yes, Sometimes You SHOULD Burn Bridges Behind You

You’ve always been told not to burn bridges behind you, right? Here’s how to know when you should throw in the towel, sever all ties, and set fire to that bridge—and never look back.




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A Boomer’s View, Through The Eyes Of Millennials

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A Baby Boomer looks at things from the perspective of a millennial entering the workforce. We could all learn a lot about other generations, if we’d only look past our own preconceived notions.



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