We work and manage according to hard values. This is devastating for both nature and people. What we need is a soft rebellion. I call it Pink Punk!
Before my son was born I was in awe of the idea of work at home moms (WAHMS). They had the best of both worlds, being with their families and still having a career. It sounded really simple to me. Then I tried it for myself and soon discovered that the dream lifestyle could easily become a nightmare!
It's the very thing that you have dreamed of and planned for, for as long as you can remember. You finally got the invite to attend the big meeting, you got the call for the job offer regarding your ideal role, or you finally got the call with the opportunity of a lifetime.
When I went for a walk the other day I had an incredible revelation about some aspects of myself that I wasn't aware of before. I also realized that this is something many women have in common.
Coby loves walking to work at a place where talented people do great hair in a friendly and cool space. With two kids in elementary school and an uncompromisingly rad sense of style, Coby is definitely a Wonder Mom.
Making a commitment to your own development is the first step on the path to living your personal legend. As you increase of your sense of self you increase your overall success in life.
Rachel Bedgood is CEO of Complete Background Screening, Wales' largest and the UK's third largest pre-employment screening and disclosure and barrin...
Don't be afraid to delegate. Listen to your co-workers. Be open to dialogue but trust in your decisions. Know what you don't know. ...
In August, I held the first 'Act 2 ... Now What?' seminar for women over 50. It was an amazing afternoon of women remembering their long-lost passions and vowing to get their fire back.
It's not every day that I get to interview a performing artist turned entrepreneur, and Jaclyn Mullen's story was one of the best examples of why you don't need to have an MBA (or any degree for that matter) to launch your entrepreneurial endeavor.
For so many years, I defined my worth by my career. The worry and stress surrounding work provided proof of my efforts, dedication and results. Stress meant that I was giving all of myself. Worry meant that I was pushing myself to be better.
I have always been enthralled with how the various aspects of any sales process align with the behavioral strengths that women in business naturally have. Those behavioral types manifest themselves universally in business.
MELANNE VERVEER is a founder of Seneca Women and director of Georgetown University's Institute for Women, Peace and Security. In 2009, President Oba...
Chattanooga's Lean In - Women GroundBreakers is a Think Tank of diverse faith, community, youth, and business leaders. The women meet monthly to discuss trends and strategies for making a difference.
On the heels of eBay's 20th anniversary, I realized I would never be where I am today without the support of eBay. What started as a way to test this ...
In reality, you cannot create a highly successful business by yourself. Get help now! Focus on what drives the revenue and what you're passionate about.