Posts Categorized: Business and Workplace
When it comes to career advancement in a male-dominated business climate, there are implicit rules of engagement.
While both genders are equally predisposed to experience the emotion of anger, women were able to move to problem-solving more quickly than their male counterparts.
Is singlehood among women leaders or would-be-leaders still a barrier to success?
Rooted deep in our society, roles are defined and societal expectations are enforced and these socio-cultural “lines” are much less tolerant of females than of males.
Workforce readiness means showing up. Not just literally showing up at 8 a.m., but showing up fully engaged in mind and in spirit. And it may be the glue that holds the organization together.
Is a decision made years ago about a routine process holding back your success today?
As women, we cannot afford to cry at work and as people we cannot afford to display any overt emotional reaction to workplace issues and incidents
Transitions from friend to supervisor are difficult for everyone involved.
People flat out do not feel comfortable bringing issues to light to HR because they believe their job will be in jeopardy, no one will listen or the story will be turned around on them.
If you can’t depend on your HR team for assistance, who can you depend on?