Article Review: “How United Airlines Celebrated a Big Day (and month) for Women”

Article Review: “How United Airlines Celebrated a Big Day (and month) for Women”

I always love reading these stories especially as I can remember the enormous surprise I felt when I first heard a female airline captain’s voice come over the sound system to welcome all the passengers on board her flight. Women pilots have come a long way since I started flying decades ago, and although there […]

Article Recommendation:NEGOTIATING: The lies you will hear in your next negotiation

Article Recommendation:NEGOTIATING: The lies you will hear in your next negotiation

This article gives some refreshingly honest insights into how to effectively negotiate around salary. Learning to be more forthright, while of course remaining respectful, would serve many women well.

Article Recommendation : “Why Women’s Conferences Are More Than Just Talk”

Article Recommendation : “Why Women’s Conferences Are More Than Just Talk”

A great short article that emphasizes why getting out and meeting other women in business is not about a stereotypical “chatfest” but rather a way to connect and generate immediate actions to positively impact your career.

Women Leaders are Changing the Face of Business

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in Leadership, Women in Business | No Comments
Women Leaders are Changing the Face of Business

Generations of women leaders have carved the path that has led to the celebration of Women’s History Month. According to about.com, in 1911, Europe was the first continent* to celebrate International Women’s Day, as women’s rights was a political hot topic. Then, during the 1930s, the depression hit, and women’s rights were no longer a […]

Article Recommendation: Why Managing Work-Life Balance is Harder Than Ever

Article Recommendation: Why Managing Work-Life Balance is Harder Than Ever

This article focuses on a recent global survey of almost 10,000 workers by EY that looked at work-life balance issues. And it’s not just female employees that are affected.

Book Review: “No Ceiling, No Walls: What women haven’t been told about leadership from career-start to the corporate boardroom” by Susan L. Colantuono

Book Review: “No Ceiling, No Walls: What women haven’t been told about leadership from career-start to the corporate boardroom” by Susan L. Colantuono

Susan Colantuono believes there is a third element, “the missing 33 percent” that holds women back from reaching the highest levels in business. That missing piece is “business skills.” Her book provides practical actions for women in leadership to implement in order to reach pivotal success in the boardroom and beyond.

Article Recommendation: “The Case for Creating a Re-entrance Program for New Mothers”

Article Recommendation: “The Case for Creating a Re-entrance Program for New Mothers”

A glimpse into the seamless transition companies are creating for women who are new mothers, highly educated, and re-entering the workplace after a career break.

Article Recommendation: “Madam C.E.O., Get Me a Coffee” – Gender Bias in the Workplace

Article Recommendation: “Madam C.E.O., Get Me a Coffee” – Gender Bias in the Workplace

An insightful article by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant to determine if you need to make some changes to the way you prioritize your needs relative to others.”

Article Recommendation: “Lane Bryant CEO Linda Heasley: ‘I wouldn’t want to call myself plus size'”

Article Recommendation: “Lane Bryant CEO Linda Heasley: ‘I wouldn’t want to call myself plus size'”

Recommendation of an article on BizWoman regarding Lane Bryant’s shifting language toward plus-sized demographic.

Article Recommendation – “The Tech Gender Gap Visualized” by Fast Company

Article Recommendation – “The Tech Gender Gap Visualized” by Fast Company

Women in business are under-supported in many stages of their careers across all industry sectors, but particularly so in technology. Take a look at this fascinating infographic which highlights some of the most glaring tech gender gaps.