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New York Post ~ The Number of Women at the Top Is Falling

The already small pool of female CEO’s decreased by 25 percent in the past year.  The reversal is leading to a search beyond the usual explanations for why women don’t become chief exectuvies, things like not being competitive enough, failing to chase opportunities for promotion and choosing work-life balance over high-powered jobs. Read full article […]

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7 Ways to Self-Promote With Grace At Work

Great Advice from:  ChameleonResumes.com   1. Take on Projects No One Else Wants Ultimately, you want to cultivate a favorable impression with everyone you can, from your boss to the receptionist. So be a team player. By taking on the work no one else wants to do, you’re “taking one for the team.” What could […]

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Evaluate Performance Fairly

Tips from www.leanin.org! Evaluate Performance Fairly Gender-blind studies consistently show that removing gender from decisions improves women’s chances of success. One study found that replacing a woman’s name with a man’s name on a résumé improved the odds of getting hired by 61 percent. Situation: Male performance is often overestimated compared to female performance, starting […]

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Success & Likeability ~ Great Tip from LeanIn.org!

I hope you have the opportunity to visit Leanin.org!  It is a great resource for professional women. One of the links I clicked on today Tips for Managers led me to the following Tip!  Important information for female leaders to know! Situation: Success and likeability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women. […]

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What Companies Can Do (from Simon Sinek)

Seems so simple, child’s play. Simon Sinek shares what companies can do to encourage engagement. Is your company following these simple suggestions? Encourage note taking on paper vs. laptop Keep conference rooms free of cell phones Teach leadership Teach how to give back and receive I can think of several more can you?

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Women in the Workplace 2017

We are happy to share the current Lean In / McKinsey Report! “In Corporate America, women fall behind early and continue to lose ground with every step” Thank you Sheryl Sandberg for your continued focus on leadership and advancement and McKinsey for dedicating time to share your research! Together we will grow into amazing leaders […]

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Tips for a Successful 2018!

The beginning of a new year is a good time to reflect on the past year and plan how you want your professional life to develop and advance. Do you want to advance, receive a promotion, work on an exciting new project in the coming year or the chance simply to enjoy the success you’ve […]

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What is a Personal Brand

Recently I had the opportunity to facilitate a conversation regarding Personal Branding.  It was enlightening to hear everyone’s feedback on what they believe a personal brand is.  They said: “Your personal brand provides a clear and memorable sense of what you stand for” “Your Personal Brand is a story that is always being told” “Your […]

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EWN Executive Panel Event – Program Handouts & Link

Hello Everyone!! At last evenings amazing EWN Executive panel event our panelists, (pictures of the event on our FB Page https://www.facebook.com/EWN.women) Brittany Mack, Walgreens Sonya Evanosky, Chamberlain University Georgia Dudley, EWN Deanna Salo, Cray Kaiser, Ltd Referenced:  Six Sources of Influence (attached as the post picture) If you’d like us to email you a copy […]

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The Most Difficult Thing Is the Decision to Act

. . . . the rest is merely tenacity” – Amelia Earhart Amelia Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Being the first to “do something” is difficult.  What will people think, what will their perception of me be if I: take a […]

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