3Plus is happy to announce that Shannon Lewis, SVP at RG Capital was the winner of the fabulous 3Plus Personal Branding Package worth $1800 at the first 3Plus New York Mini Mentoring Event held earlier this month. Shannon said ” I attended the gathering at the last minute without an agenda, with an open mind, and I walked away not only a “winner” but truly inspired by the energy and enthusiasm from the ladies. Quite wonderful.” See the results …
Archive | October, 2011
Life has never been easy for Chinese women. Until the early 20th century, women were tied to their family home. Gen Y-er Alice Bell shares her fascinating observations of life for Gen Y women in China today. With more educated women than there are jobs, Alice looks at some of the options they explore and the situations they encounter.
Sharon K. Brothers talks about the isolation and challenges facing Boomer women squeezed between the responsibilities to their kids and now increasingly as caregivers to their elderly or infirm parents,
Victoria Sturley looks at the impact the recession has had on Spain and the pressure on women in particular. Thousands of highly educated young people are now looking for opportunities outside Spain leading to a significant brain drain..
Are people pushing your hot buttons? The good news is you can learn to stay clear and keep your cool, even when everyone around you is losing theirs – by negotiating.
Thirty women gathered in New York City for 3Plus International’s signature mini mentoring event.They came from Philadelphia, Boston, New Jersey and the Big Apple. The room was abuzz with energy.There were women in finance, medicine, publishing, marketing, and coaching. The twitterati were there as well. Five superb mentors shared their experiences and advice…
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What can you do when you are a single professional Mother and you are made redundant? Your balance is thrown overnight. Shân Ellis shares her experiences.
Dorothy Dalton discusses how even the smallest thing can make a difference at an interview – even bare legs!
Dorothy Dalton looks at how women form good relationships and the way in which chemistry contributes to any successful dynamic. But what about the natural chemistry that exists between men and women and manifests itself in flirting? How do we handle that in the workplace? Is it really possible to make offices hormone free zones and remove that chemistry altogether?