Jane C. Woods looks at new research from the UK, which shows that men on boards see women as weak and reveals why lone women adopt male behaviors.
Cherry Woodburn ponders the dilemma of sharing her passion AND being heard. Can she change the way she delivers her message without changing the message itself? Practice and success in dong so means she and other women will be better able to negotiate salaries and promotions.
Roberta Budvietas, established author and presenter in the South Pacific, tell us why creating quality relationships are vital and that by acknowledging, accepting and appreciating others we all achieve more. An intelligent and heart warming post.
After attending a networking lunch of 3Plus International, Women Worth Knowing, organized by Lise Moen, Veronica Lim, a solo-preneur, reflects on the importance of networking and “effortless connections.” It’s what happened at this lunch event and the effects lasted long thereafter. She encourages others to give themselves this gift of connection – a gift that keeps on giving.
Grant Mason re-thinks his position on the future roles of professional women, after 4 women on 4 continents come together to challenge his 1 stereotypical thought that MBA’s are for blokes in their 30s and 40′s and women do career and mothering.
Read why Geraldine Bown is in favour of events for women. “Firstly, the buzz and energy of women gathered together is extraordinary. Whether it is a small group of 10 women or big conference of 1000 women there is a particular dynamic and synergy when women get together that raises the vibrational level…. “
Monthly career transition clinic with advice tips for real people, asking real questions. This month Dorothy considers what single piece of advice she would give professional women going on maternity leave. She suggests “helicopter connecting”. What would you say?