Career


Diversity and inclusion done wrong can benefit you, if you make the right moves. 



Mary Stanhope, founder of Boston-based firm iMarket2, offers a three-step framework to telling better stories that score the right business. 



Large companies promote a vision that one day the world will reach gender equality.



Whether you’re a mentor or a mentee, be open to the role changing and evolving over time.



The biggest factor holding women back from achieving our goals in the workplace is ourselves.

 



The data doesn’t lie: Women are a minority in the tech industry, even more so at the C-level. Want to buck the trend? Find someone to mentor you.



Can competition truly be friendly when our personal wealth and professional growth is at stake?

 



As a former TV news reporter, I know the importance of carrying a larger-than-life persona beyond the TV screen.



My dad’s mantra also became my guidepost when I learned that business problems don’t solve themselves.



Career advice successful women wish someone told them when they first started out.



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