09 May
  • By Navleen Kaur
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Five Myths About Women In Leadership

Women leaders are on the rise. Books are being written about women in leadership, media outlets are weighing in by hosting forums and producing special reports, and affinity groups in the workplace are engaging and leaning in. So, aside from repercussions of #MeToo, why is there so much discussion about women coming into their own and coming into […]

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18 Apr
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How Female Leaders Can Renew Their Mental Energy.

For female leaders, there is no shortage of advice for how to reach the top. By learning to lean in, speak out, negotiate, delegate, and a dozen other behaviors, women everywhere are launching themselves through the glass ceilings of their organizations, landing jobs at or near the C-suite level. But what happens after the promotion? While top-level […]

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17 Apr
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Founder of ZOEVA Turns eBay Store Into a Multi-million Dollar Business

You’ve probably never heard of Zoe Boikou, but if you’re a make-up manic — chances are you’ve helped the young entrepreneur make millions from a business that started in her lounge room. It started in 2008, when a building frustration over the lack of high quality and affordable make-up brushes in Germany, sent her on […]

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09 Apr
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Female-Led Shoe Brand Founders are Pushing for Style and Comfort

Designers like Tiffany Tuttle and other founders of female-led luxury shoe brands are pushing for style and comfort in shoe designs, trying to connect with an untapped segment of women. As a former dancer, Tiffany Tuttle, founder of luxury shoe brand LD Tuttle, knows the importance of comfort-driven design in making or breaking a performance. After realizing […]

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