Now, more than ever, appreciation for the world’s diversity and the ability to be effective in diverse environments and to learn from various cultural perspectives is what defines a good manager.
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Sheryl Sandberg's self-described feminist manifesto is provoking thought, challenging paradigms and causing women everywhere to ask, "What does this mean for me?"
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).
Resources for businesswomen with a multicultural perspective.
Engaging men in order to transform the culture of work impacts not only how we live our professional lives, but the choices we make at home as well.
Joyce Mullen, Vice President of Services/Sales Operations at Dell, had no idea she was going to pursue her MBA after graduating from Brown University with a degree in International Relations.
Whether she knows it or not, Patricia Schwarz—a senior in high school—is an expert networker.
When the traditional two-year, full-time MBA program just isn’t in the cards, take heart. There’s a growing contingent of alternatives for the career-minded woman.
For business professionals the ability to network effectively is not just a nice thing to be able to do—it’s a crucial skill on which their careers depend.