Tag: Career Advice

3 Strategies to Help Women of Color Navigate Work Bias

3 Strategies to Help Women of Color Navigate Biases at Work By Hira Ali Women of color face an amplified and distinctive set of challenges as they climb their career ladders, including isolation, acculturative stress, and bias. Many women of color in leadership positions have shared how they’ve been expected to perform above and beyond the norm. People who belong to stigmatized minority groups…

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6 Simple Growth Hacks for Startups

6 Simple Growth Hacks for Startups Building a new business is tough. These growth hack strategies will help your startup succeed without a big investment. By Soren Kaplan As many of my readers know, I usually write about strategy, innovation, and leadership. But recently I’ve been asked a lot about how I helped establish Praxie.com as a destination website for hundreds of best practice…

How to Create a Diverse, Engaged, & Inclusive Workplace

5 Ways to Create a More Diverse, Engaged, and Inclusive Workplace Subtle practices that will be virtually invisible to most people. By Marcel Schwantes The related ideas of diversity, engagement, and inclusivity float around boardrooms and training sessions with such fluffy, ambiguous meanings that the discussion often undermines the goals of caring leaders. So how do caring leaders cultivate an inclusive workplace, one with…

Why Coaching Is Important During Company Growth

Why Coaching Is Important During Each Stage of Company Growth Coaching creates exponential growth, and organizational stages in startups come fast and furious. However, each of these stages requires a different form of leadership. By Matt Auron As organizations grow and mature, they go through predictable stages, each of which requires a different form of leadership in order to drive success at each stage. Coaching ensures…

Rosalinda and Elizabeth Mendoza Advice on Starting a Business

The Sisters Creating Spirits Honoring 400 Years Of Mexican Heritage By Dr. Brittany Chambers While growing up in Washington State’s Yakima Valley, Rosalinda and Elizabeth Mendoza held dear to them the values their immigrant parents and grandparents taught them about farm work. The sisters witnessed these lessons first-hand by visiting rural Michoacán, Mexico, and seeing the diligence required by people…