As both a career counselor and a mom, I spend much of my day listening to professional women's whispered confessions of guilt, intense debates and about their work-life choices.
Posts in Work/Life Effectiveness
Vision, Vision, Vision. This must be the new mantra of today’s job seekers, says Tim Butler, co-founder of CareerLeader, LLP and director of MBA career development programs at Harvard Business School.
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.
How does one “lean in?” Sandberg’s advice includes finding a good partner and being aggressive. Here are some of her tips for getting ahead.
The key to believing in yourself is upgrading the way you talk about yourself – both to others and (perhaps even more importantly) to yourself.
Everyone is challenged at times by coping with conflicting demands and challenging personalities.
How do you know when it's time to go?
Once upon a time, three young women graduated from California colleges ready to conquer the world.
The new face of flexibility is gender-neutral, as employers recognize the many dynamics that affect the 21st century workplace. For women who are looking for companies at the leading edge of workplace flexibility, we share some advice.
When situations come up in a career woman’s life—pregnancy, adoption, illness, illness of a loved one —it represents a crossroads. Should she stay in the workforce or should she step out for a time?