Growing research suggests that women can do more for themselves to advance their own careers and a lack of career strategy and planning is hurting them long term.
Why having women on stage is important as role models for future generations of women.
Eureka! Finally, a short suite of solutions with a track record for advancing professional women. The difference maker? Culture change, in addition to helping women develop the right professional muscles to succeed.
I'm a French manager in the communications industry and like many young professional women I experience gender discrimination situations on a daily basis. Luckily, I've had incredible women managers who taught me 7 tips to managing myself and reaching my dreams.
Both men and women want to be understood, but there is no doubt that differences in communication style impact the feedback process, between executives and professional women. As more and more women climb corporate ranks and men dominate the upper echelons of the organisational structure, it's becoming increasing important not just to acknowledge those differences but to address them too.
Judy Martin taught us how to breathe the breath of life and how to live in the moment. Judy, a friend and a colleague, breathed her last earthly breath January 31, 2014, but she remains in the moment with those she touched around the world.
Women are competing in the Olympic ski jump event for the first time ever. That's worth celebrating. The fact, and the reasons, such an event hasn't happened until now, is worthy of screaming and pulling my hair out. Sadly, this isn't the first time, and probably won't be the last time, professional women are denied their place.
It’s hard to overestimate the emotional effects of workplace bullying. When you’re in the midst of it, you may see no way forward. When your self-esteem is in tatters, as it so often is, you can feel isolated and disempowered. Read how Ann Lewis author and coach dealt with it...
Do you know the secret rules at play for women working together. Do you even know these rules exist? You couldn't possibly know because Rule 9 states, "Don't discuss the rules."
Which skills do high potential women need to work on post MBA? Megan Jones is conducting a research project on skill set gaps in the professional development of women at the pinnacle of an academic career following their MBAs. Do men have different perceptions of the skills needed by their female colleagues?