Articles and tips to help you navigate your work
Have you ever felt like a fraud? Like really wondered if you were capable of something – just waiting for someone to expose your faults or tell you that you’ve got it wrong.
Having a strong message not only opens doors, it makes me feel that much better about who I am, what I do, and what my future holds.
Two things I learned about the “career ladder”: (1) I didn’t like one ladder enough to spend 40 years on it and that’s ok, and (2) the ladder is changing.
Seek out and create opportunities that put your interests first, rather than seeking out opportunities that put a guide for promotion first.
Having trouble saying no? Use this one simple communication technique to get to yes while still saying no.
Let’s be clear: you’re kind of a big deal. But in the hustle (and occasional grind) of the workplace, you sometimes feel a little inadequate. Here’s how to stop that.
That “follow the rules” mentality that was rewarded in grade school can have real costs in our adult life.
While it’s easy to prepare what you’re going to say, it’s harder to prepare for what the other person may say.
Here’s what happened when I stuck to my arguments, with a smile.
Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, yesterday was a day of reflection. There were so many emotions, and unfortunately for many women, one of the overwhelming emotions was disappointment. The glass ceiling that was expected to be shattered with hard...
The average female MBA grad negotiates her salary less and earns about $7,000 less than her male colleague. Why does that $7,000 matter?
This article first appeared on Forbes.com. Most of us have had a workplace moment like this: We look at a colleague who was just given a promotion or a raise and think, “I know just as much as he does. How did he get that promotion while I’m still stuck in this same...