Prolific best-selling author Daniel Pink’s latest book, To Sell is Human, offers a fresh look at the art and science of sales.
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On the very day Dutch business development manager Marjan Van Urk secured her place on an MBA, she discovered she was pregnant. "That was quite a day," she remembers.
We go to the best schools, and build the most impressive resumes, only to sit in fear of losing it all. What we fail to realize is no one can take any of those things away from us. A single failure doesn’t negate a strong track record of success.
Growing up in a suburb of Boston in the 1960s, Ilene Gordon had to ask for special permission from her junior high school principal to get out of home economics and take shop, where she was the only girl in the class.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had a question for women undergrads who had expressed interest in an economics major: Would you consider attending the business school?
More and more corporations seek to find qualified women to exercise corporate governance on their boards.
The key to believing in yourself is upgrading the way you talk about yourself – both to others and (perhaps even more importantly) to yourself.
Jaskamal recently attended her first speed networking event at Rutgers. Learn how to prepare and make the most of networking events from her experiences.
Everyone is challenged at times by coping with conflicting demands and challenging personalities.
With the addition of Marillyn Hewson (Lockheed Martin) and Marissa Mayer (Yahoo!) to the roster of female CEOs, women are celebrating the milestone of having reached the highest number of women in CEO positions within the Fortune 500 -- a whopping 21 (4 percent).