As we settle in to this new normal and remote work becomes a more standardized practice for how businesses run, individuals need to adjust their current strategies in order to stay visible and relevant in the workplace and ask how best to advance their careers.
To be successful as a leader, we need to determine a common goal and what our common interests are in achieving that goal and work together to make that happen. That requires strong diversity and inclusion efforts.
It’s more important than ever for women to do what it takes to stay marketable and stay in the game. Here’s how.
Expressing gratitude helps to cope with grief.
Actionable tips to help overcome the fear of job security during a crisis.
Learn the power of building strategic workplace relationships in a virtual world.
Gender bias is still an issue for women in the workplace despite diversity and inclusion policies and unconscious bias training.
Companies need to acknowledge women’s accomplishments and recognize their ambition in order to retain and promote women in leadership.
Female Flight Attendant, 79, Sues Delta for Age Discrimination. What Can Your Company Do To Counter Gendered Ageism?
Women face many challenges, but once they reach a certain age, the double whammy hits: sexism and ageism. Here are a few things companies can do to counter gendered ageism in the workplace.
Women in science are badass and my interview with Annette Bergeron proves the power of ambition and breaking through the stereotypes in industries like science.