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How to make a career change your smoothest ride ever
Careers and Work

How to make a career change your smoothest ride ever

By Sarah Brandis Career changes are exciting and intimidating at the same time.  A whole world of possibility opens up before you; and with it, that little nagging voice in your head… “Can I really do this?” “What if I made the wrong choice?” I won’t go on – you […]

‘Confidence Gap’ Prime Factor in Women’s Career Success Disparity
Business / Leadership

‘Confidence Gap’ Prime Factor in Women’s Career Success Disparity

Preeminent U.S. women’s leadership authority, Grace Killelea, cites ‘grievous gap between competence and confidence’ as a key culprit in marginalization of professional women, among others; Expert available for interviews and editorials on range of topics (listed herein) to help turn high-potential female professionals into high-impact leaders In business, there is […]

What are You Doing to Address the Under-representation of Women in Senior Roles at Your Company?
Business Tips / Careers and Work

What are You Doing to Address the Under-representation of Women in Senior Roles at Your Company?

There has been recent media attention to the under-representation of women in senior roles, from congress to business. Two recent Wall Street Journal (WSJ) articles shed some light as to why. While the reasons are not rocket science, most of us know about and have experienced them ourselves; it is […]

JOB SEARCH TIPS FOR THOSE WHO CELEBRATE AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN’S DAY
Business Tips / Careers and Work

JOB SEARCH TIPS FOR THOSE WHO CELEBRATE AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN’S DAY

Career Coach and Author Ford R. Myers Shares How Women Can Add “Transferable Skills” to Their Resumes September 22 is the 63rd celebration of American Business Women’s Day. Each year, thousands of events occur around the country to mark the past, present and future achievements of working women everywhere. For […]

Careers and Work

Learn Like its Your Job: Part Two

In part one of “Learn like it’s your job” we covered: 1. Develop a nose for (your) business 2. Let your creative flag fly 3. Be your own problem-solver 4. Go Big or Go Home 5. Trade “not”-working for real networking 6. Build Relati0nships Not Just Resumes 7. Partner Up […]