Are you and introvert working in a culture that seems to reward and value extravert? Learn how you can power ahead with a different style to success. Ann Lewis Coach and author on The Introverted Leader will be here to answer your questions.
Research suggests that women fail to create a career strategy so they are caught unawares when a problem arises. Learn how to create a career strategy.
Sandra Lizioli, in the first of a four part series shares tips with us on how to wow our audiences in impromptu speaking The first step covers the introduction and why we need an attention grabbing "hook".
The word bossy has pejorative undertones. Megan Jones suggests this is a really a compliment and a necessary skill for any leader male or female.
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.
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.
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."
With extensive experience in all types of organizations, Susan Popoola advises anyone looking to make a fresh start in 2014 to consider other options for their job search. She says big isn't always better.