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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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Customer-focused organization

Becoming a Truly Customer-Focused Organization

You’ve likely never seen an organization that doesn’t at least say it focuses on its customers first. They’re the lifeblood of any successful business, and […]




Unconscious bias

Making a Dent in Unconscious Bias

There’s not a lot you can do to stop unconscious bias—we all have it in one form or another against one “other” or another. But […]




Creative abilities

Getting Creative at Work: It’s Not Just for the Select Few

Are your team members reining in their own creative abilities? In a society that views creators with reverence, people may assume that creativity is the […]




Businesswomen staying positive

The Power of Staying Positive: Strategic Tips for Businesswomen

Staying positive in the business world, especially about your own value, isn’t easy. Businesswomen are conditioned to think differently than men, and having self-doubt—often called […]



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