Lack of career planning hurts professional women

Lack of career planning hurts professional women

Career planning is something professional women must do, NOW! If I received a notional Euro (or any other currency) for every woman who contacted me in varying levels of emotional distress about their careers, it would provide a pretty nice revenue stream. The...
Feedback for professional women. He says …she says

Feedback for professional women. He says …she says

“Honey, we need to talk”  Closing the feedback gap  for  professional women Both men and women want to be understood, but there is no doubt that differences in communication style impact the workplace feedback process. As  more and more women climb...
3 Uncommon Practices to Crack the Glass Ceiling

3 Uncommon Practices to Crack the Glass Ceiling

Despite the variety and success of corporate programs aimed at advancing women (Deloitte, General Electric, Procter and Gamble, American Express) the number of women in top leadership roles remains relatively unchanged. While we see more women at lower and mid-levels...
Women bosses: caught between a rock and a hard place

Women bosses: caught between a rock and a hard place

Scary stats or warped perception of women bosses? According to research carried out this summer on women bosses by the fashion brand Hobbs, 34% of women aged 18 and over said they would prefer to have a male boss. Workers aged between 25 to 34  were reported as the...
Are Women Entrepreneurs Game Changers?

Are Women Entrepreneurs Game Changers?

They’re leaving corporate roles in larger numbers than previous decades. In the high tech industry, they exit en masse between ages 30 – 40. One well-known expert calls it The Brain Drain. Most of these professional women don’t exit the workforce. Some change...
Millennial women send out a powerful message

Millennial women send out a powerful message

Organizations should take note of Millennial women! There has been a lot of media hype recently centered around research which has suggested that Millennial women don’t want the top jobs. Findings produced by the PR firm Zeno Group is hardly definitive benchmark...

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