Category Archives: Women in Business

Take The Dumpling

I was sitting next to Manohar, aka Manny, best man from my wedding at a dinner recently. Earlier he toasted my husband for his “great choice in restaurants.” Feeling underappreciated, I quipped, “I chose the restaurant.” And then I immediately … Continue reading

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Melania’s Unspoken Message

You’ve probably heard about Melania Trump’s recent controversial outfit choice. She wore a green trench coat with the message, “I really don’t care, do u?” while boarding the plane to visit the detention centers that are holding immigrant children in … Continue reading

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4 Things We Can Learn From Nikki Haley’s “With All Due Respect, I Don’t Get Confused”

How To Go From Under The Bus To The Driver’s Seat We’ve all had situations in which we feel we’ve been wronged and want to respond appropriately, but struggled to do so while maintaining the relationship. Just about every married … Continue reading

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Why Managers Matter

One of the key questions successful professionals ask themselves is, “How can I grow my business?” Perhaps the more important question is, “What’s the best investment for growing my business?” The answer to growing your business lies in growing your … Continue reading

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Executive Presence Expands Opportunities

Jim Sterling, Exec-Comm Partner, answers the question “Who in your life embodies executive presence?” Hear his response. 

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Know Your Strengths and Challenge Assumptions

Often in business, we are underestimated. Whether it’s due to gender, race, age, or experience, assumptions are made quickly and they are hard to change. To set yourself apart, you need to recognize your strengths and market them appropriately. If … Continue reading

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Take Your Seat at the Table

How many women leaders does your organization have? A recent Pew Research Center report found that while slightly over half of managerial and professional occupations (52.2%) are held by women, women continue to lag behind men in senior leadership positions. … Continue reading

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