19 Apr
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Take Charge of Your Life, Be Your Own CEO.

Are you your own CEO? This doesn’t mean you have to run your own business. If you want to, and that’s what is best for you, perfect. Do that. But you can still be your own CEO even if you’re not working for yourself. What does that mean? Well, who is making the decisions? Suzanne Lucas […]

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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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29 Mar
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PepsiCo and the SWE Kick-Off Annual Student Engineering Challenge.

Encouraging female students and professionals to pursue STEM education and opportunities is more important than ever. To help strengthen interest and participation in STEM fields, PepsiCo and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) have proudly kicked off their annual PepsiCo/SWE Student Engineering Challenge. Now in its fourth year, this competitive program encourages undergraduates to compete […]

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26 Mar
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How to increase Women in Management in any Company, Fortune Reports.

As we continue to discuss the problem of lack of women in management in corporate America, Accenture offers a way that can be a step in the right direction to remove gender divide in the workplace.  It’s that time of year again! International Woman’s Day is a holiday during which people and companies around the […]

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05 Mar
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Career: What It Means To Be A Woman In The Workplace, Forbes report.

Even in today’s society, the presence of gender roles pervades everyday life: including the workplace. Allyson Case, CEO of Integro Rehab LLC, tackles the issue of gender prejudices in the world of construction and what it means to be a woman in the workplace.  Allyson shares, “Over the years, one of the questions I am often […]

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