Women In Business Ask "Where’s the love?"

Women In Business Ask “Where’s the love?” nbspdelicious   Women entrepreneurs wonder why their women employees seem to be asking the above question: “Is this a new phenomenon in the business world? Is this question asked by women in business more often than businessmen? Is this desire to feel appreciated and loved by one’s peers, customers, [...]

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Petra Kvitova Wins Wimbledon But Bouchard Will Win Sponsorships Because Of How We Market Women

Petra Kvitova has triumphed at Wimbledon this year, adding a second title at the All-England Club to her name. While Kvitova may have won Wimbledon and with it a $3 million check, she will almost certainly make a fraction of what Eugenie Bouchard pulls in over the next few years. Bouchard, the first Canadian to [...]

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Michelle Howard Becomes The Navy’s First Female 4-Star Admiral

Yesterday, Michelle Howard made history becoming the Navy’s first female four-star admiral. She will also serve as the vice chief of naval operations making Howard the No. 2 admiral in the service and the highest-ranking woman in the Navy’s 239-year history. Howard’s career is marked by many such accomplishments, becoming the first African-American woman to [...]

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2014 eWomenNetwork International Conference Preparation

August 7 – 10, 2014 at the InterContinental Hotel Dallas, TX Valuable Tips for Optimizing Your Time at Conference from Susan Rueppel, Chief Intuition Officer®, WINtuition® There are lots of ideas below for helping you create an even more wonderful and productive conference. Just read through the list and use the check boxes to mark [...]

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Women Who Mean Business: Sharon Lechter’s New Vantage Point On Think And Grow Rich

I have known Sharon Lechter (author, activist, philanthropist and co-author of Rich Dad Poor Dad) by legend for some time, but had the chance to get much better acquainted with her this week thanks to the launch of her new book, Think and Grow Rich for Women: Using Your Power To Create Success and Significance. [...]

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Women, Leadership, Matt Lauer And Taking Over A Family Business: Julie Smolyansky Sounds Off

Julie Smolyansky became CEO of her father’s business after he passed away in 2002. Since then Lifeway Foods has grown 10X, and she has a thing or two to say about women and leadership. When Julie Smolyansky was forced to take over her family business at age 27, she faced some very harsh and close [...]

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