leadership


Here are three fears that women often have about power — and how to slay them, so that you can be as power hungry as you want to be.



Another traditionally male-dominated space where women are thriving — retail operations.



Far and away, women who rise to power come from families where fathers encourage their education in and out of school and where mothers take leaderships roles themselves.



It can be tough to know how to manage a group, especially when you’re starting a new time or working in company culture that doesn’t foster team or leadership development.



Can  you redefine a sexist culture even as you strive to excel in it?



"Work-life balance” doesn’t exactly paint a clear picture, and never has, of what it takes to survive and thrive as professional women. What has to happen, and there seems to be some general agreement on this, is that we need to manage both worlds - with intention and purpose, and a clear sense of what success looks like.



Being able to communicate and motivate is critical to being a strong leader - but so is listening. Here are three ways to strengthen this key executive skill.