Six months into my “9-to-5:30 job with occasional overtime,” the position has turned into an 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. every Monday through Friday gig. I receive no extra compensation for these extra hours.
My best friend—and former teammate—just got promoted at work and now she’s my boss! I’m jealous, of course, but I also feel like it has changed our relationship. What advice do you have?
I have somewhat of a temper and can react to situations that upset me—normally because it’s something I feel attached to and have worked hard on. I understand that having a temper can hold me back.
Q: My boss avoids conflict. He’ll agree with ideas or suggestions in meetings, but then later I learn he implemented the exact opposite or ignored the suggestions. How do I get him to be direct?
Q: How do you approach executives without looking insubordinate to your immediate manager? My boss takes credit for work other people on the team do, or doesn’t pass along our ideas.
I’m only 23 and was recently promoted into a leadership position. I feel really lucky to be where I am. In this new position, I’m also in charge of a few people who are twice my age
Today I Want Her Job celebrates its third anniversary. It’s incredible to think that just three years ago, the very site you’re reading launched with five interviews from women I admired.
The other night, after accepting her award for the CMA’s Vocalist of the Year, Miranda Lambert used her moment of celebration to thank … the other women nominated in her category.
We’ll first take a look at the different dimensions of the workplace and how that may or may not impact you as a woman. Then we’ll take a look at you, a woman, and what you should know and do.
“The entrepreneur’s dilemma: Maintaining friendships. Building a great company. Spending time w/family. Staying fit. Getting sleep. Pick 3.” -Randi Zuckerberg