Career


Women face huge cultural pressure to play nice, especially when it comes to negotiating pay and advancing careers.



We all have to do our fair share of acting at work. It’s called being polite. But—what happens when you’re so far out of alignment with your work?



You can't demand happiness from work, but you can coax happiness into your work life by focusing on other things.



Lynn Child, founder, president and CEO of CentraComm, talks about becoming a business entrepreneur and gives her advice for women looking to do the same.



A supportive group that meeting regularly holds you accountable to your own dreams and ambitions.



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



The job listing doesn’t rule the hiring process. And yet women are acting as if it does, to their competitive disadvantage.



One of the biggest misunderstandings about networking? That it’s a room of desperate salespeople exchanging business cards, trying to meet a quota. It is the exact opposite.



So much small talk is made at tech conferences and networking events. This looks like a useful strategy for making it less painful.



It’s not the job, the industry, the subject matter, or even the tasks themselves that predetermine passion. The longer you’re in a role, and the better you get at it, the relationships will become stronger, and the sense of purpose will deepen.​



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