Leadership

  • 7 signs you’re being shafted

    Being shafted is unfortunately a reality in the business world. And if you’re prepared for it, you can make the best of the situation – either lessen the impact or sometimes even avoid it altogether. And the worst that...

  • What’s Imposter Syndrome and 4 ways to overcome it

    It’s a feeling most of us know well. Your colleagues commend you after a presentation you delivered and the first thing that comes to your mind is “One day they’re going to find out I’m not as great as...

  • You don’t have children, do you?

    This is a special article for all the single women without children. Have you ever been in the middle of a discussion at a meeting or an event when someone asks you what you do. So you rattle off your insane...

  • No matter what — the show goes on

    Having dreams, goals and being an ambitious business woman is both exciting and also one of the hardest things you will ever encounter. And you’ll learn some of the hardest truths along the way. You start off in your...

  • Beware the friends you make at work 

    It’s a tough ride for a woman in the career-climbing business. Meeting new people when you work long hours inevitably means you will no doubt get closer to them — and even make friends in the workplace.But beware. Friends...

  • Foundation keeps a sister’s memory alive

    After losing a loved one it, we all have different ways of keeping their memory alive. For 22-year-old Kate Fitzsimons, losing her older sister Nicole spurred her to establish a foundation that would fund activities that had been dear...

  • Queen bee syndrome

    When I was in my twenties, there was a rapper by the name of Lil’ Kim who was dedicated to promoting her image as a hardcore woman in rap that also recognized sex sold CDs.  Lil’ Kim is about to...

  • 11 ways to tell when someone Is lying to you

    We’d all like to believe that no one lies to us and that we’re, obviously, only told the truth. But the more realistic side of us knows that this is not always true. So how do you tell when...

  • 10 tips on how to present in the boardroom

    There is a statistic that is used over and over again that the number one fear is to speak in public — an even greater fear than death. And for those who are not prepared this could be true....