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Jan Arzooman is a proofreader, copyeditor, and writer in AMA’s creative services/marketing department. She has worked in editorial for more than 20 years. Arzooman also is a visual artist who enjoys painting, digital art, and photography.

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Pacing partner mentorship

Pacing Partners: Mentorship with a Competitive Edge

By | Posted Jul 27, 2018

Business experts talk so frequently about the importance of having a mentor that it sometimes seems as if every successful […]

Gender bias

Is It Gender Bias—or Are You Holding Yourself Back?

By | Posted Jul 23, 2018

You work hard and you’re dedicated, but you can’t seem to move up in your company. Is something holding you […]

AMA’s Women’s Leadership Certificate Program

Women in Leadership Can Hone Their Skills in AMA’s New Certificate Program

By | Posted Jul 16, 2018 | 5 Comments

Women in leadership positions or just about to step up to one will now have the powerful backing of AMA’s […]

Compassion in business

Celebrating Achievements, Declaring Goals, and Talking About Compassion in Business

By | Posted Jun 22, 2018

Attendees at the AMA Women’s Leadership Center’s “Summer Soiree” this June enjoyed networking over wine and cheese, a celebration of […]

Compassion at work

Cultivating Compassion at Work Pays Off

By | Posted Jun 11, 2018

Do you believe you are compassionate? Or is it something you could probably work on a little or promote within […]

Diversity and inclusion

As More Leaders Embrace Diversity, Resistance Still an Issue

By | Posted Jun 5, 2018

Evidence continues to show the value of corporate diversity and inclusion (D&I), and more and more companies are participating in […]

Business and financial acumen

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

By | Posted May 29, 2018

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

Management skills

Women Moving into Management Need Training and Good Listening Skills

By | Posted May 22, 2018

A manager, good or bad, has a huge impact on a company in terms of costs and employee engagement and […]

Women leaders

Resilience and Optimism: Vital Tools for Women Leaders

By | Posted May 15, 2018

Women leaders need resilience and optimism more than ever in the fast-changing, challenging world of business, says Susan Mason, principal […]

Career success for women

Career Success for Women Rarely Takes a Straight Path

By | Posted Apr 27, 2018 | 1 Comment

Finding career success isn’t a matter of just “climbing the ladder” anymore. But women shouldn’t look at layoffs, lateral moves, […]

New job

Dos and Don’ts for Starting a New Job Right

By | Posted Apr 13, 2018 | 1 Comment

You’re starting a new job—congratulations! Now go make the best first impression you can. Dress appropriately. Express confidence. Use a […]

Bullying in the workplace

Bullying in the Workplace: Why It Happens, How to Respond

By | Posted Apr 6, 2018

Nearly 20% of adult Americans are being bullied or have been bullied at work, with women disproportionately targeted, a 2017 […]

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