Women leaders have made enormous strides in the past few years. Today we’re focusing on women whose brands were inspired by a higher purpose, and whose mission is socially driven. According to Inc., businesses that are purpose-driven come out on top, motivating employees to work harder and stick around. Below, we’ve listed six accomplished female founders, with…
Etiquette differs based on who you talk to, and in the technological age, social media and smartphones have produced interesting effects on interaction. People are close and distant at the same time. Combine convenience with the perceived intimacy of someone being a tap away, and courtesy becomes the last thing on your mind during a busy day….
Although you might not yet be the CEO or president of your company, it’s important to know as a manager or team leader that creating the right kind of environment is now often deemed more important to an employee than the actual work they do.
I’m a recovering Instagram junky. At the deepest point of my social media spiral, I was self-obligated to post 2+ perfectly composed pieces of content daily. Likes and comments where my currency, hitting that colorful icon was my drug.
Are you unhappy in your job? You’re not alone. According to a 2014 report by the Conference Board, 52.3% of Americans are unhappy in their jobs.
We are thrilled to share the first post in “Tell Me More” – a new series that aims to go deeper on fast-growing, future-thinking industries. Our inaugural piece celebrates women who work in impact investing – a field that allows investors to align their values with their investments.
It was a little over a year ago when I first met Polina Selyutin. She reached out via the contact form on I Want Her Job, saying she was interested in launching a podcast focusing on women in careers. Through research, she came across the site, and what came next I immediately loved. “Luckily I found…
I hoped as women we would stick together and vote for the cause most important to us – creating an example for our young daughters, protecting our health care and bringing an underrepresented voice to the most powerful table in the country.
When you have an idea so wonderful that you have to get it out into the world, then it’s important to know the steps to take to legally protect your new business – and yourself.
During the interview process, candidates tend to forget that the interviewer shouldn’t be the only one asking questions.