Tag Archives: working women
Today’s New York Tims reports on a study that concluded, “science professors were less likely to offer women mentoring or a job….the bias was pervasive…and probably reflected subconscious cultural influence rather than
You probably know it but just in case, here are signs you have bad work habits and what to do about it. YOU NEVER GET ANYTHING DONE
Speaking as someone who is passionate and gets frustrated, angry, even grief-stricken (occasionally) at work I believe: emotions in the workplace = ineffective. Letting down your guard can seriously damage a career.
Chatty, Nag, Gossip? Ever been afraid you’d get labeled with one of these unattractive (and often sexist) labels? I recently attended a dinner party with five couples. The women were all accomplished (two physicians, two business women and a journalist.)
She is smart, poised and beautiful. I didn’t really know her until we talked recently at a party. I discovered her strength, resourcefulness and resilience. Her thirteen-month-old baby crawled over to us as she told me about what motherhood had … Continue reading
Zig Ziglar, a well-known motivational speaker, ends his lectures enthusiastically cheering, “See YOU at the top.” But do you really want to make it all the way to the top?
Hilary Rosen was wrong about Ann Romney — I suspect Mrs. Romney never stopped working! She raised five boys while her hard-driving husband was out winning the bread. But there is a truth to Hilary Rosen’s harsh comment that is … Continue reading
Never, never, never give up