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One Big Mistake Every Manager Must Avoid (It’s About Your Time)

One Big Mistake Every Manager Must Avoid (It’s About Your Time)

As a manager, your day is likely filled from the moment you walk into the office until you (finally) leave at night. But what if […]

Good Worker or Good Parent? 4 Ways Working Women Can Be Both

Good Worker or Good Parent? 4 Ways Working Women Can Be Both

3 pm to 5 pm. These two hours have created more heartache, friction, and unnecessary drama than any other hours in the day. Why? Because […]

How Managers Can Shift Their Thinking and Respond to Change

How Managers Can Shift Their Thinking and Respond to Change

Managers need to alter their thinking patterns and try new things to respond to change. They may be stuck in a rut, however, which makes […]

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Talent Management Strategies to Advance Women in Law

Talent management of women in law firms presents a unique challenge. Although women are graduating from law schools in equal or greater numbers than men, […]




Better work relationships

Lead with “Conscience” to Develop Strong Relationships in the Workplace

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As leaders, we need to cultivate many qualities as we try to attain the most rewarding relationships with our internal and external stakeholders. When we […]




Accelerate change

If You Want to Accelerate Change, Make Sure It’s Led by Employees

Your company needs to accelerate change, but it’s repelling it instead. How can an organization close the gap between all the talk about change and […]




Business and financial acumen

Business and Financial Acumen Empowers Women at Every Level of an Organization

Should you care about your company’s financial statement if you’re not in sales, finance, or another “money-related” role in the organization? For women who have […]



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