Category Archives: Leadership

Interesting Articles from the Last Week of 2012

Here is a bit of catching up from interesting articles at the end of December. Blogs I followed in 2012 At Women 2.0 I believe that articles like this – Female Founder Successes of 2012 help to inspire more women … Continue reading

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Getting the Ivy League to Come to You

Open Online Courses MIT, Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley and lots of other top notch universities are offering open online courses for anyone to use. You can be a student in their university or from another university, or an entrepreneur wanting to … Continue reading

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Interesting Articles from the Week of November 12, 2012

As following other blogs became something I was doing to help find material for my blog, eventually blog commenting followed. Here are the articles that I found interesting and shared my thoughts on the week before last (a bit late … Continue reading

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6 Women Entrepreneurs to Inspire Us

As a woman going down the path of entrepreneurship, I like to keep an eye open for fellow women to look up to, and which can help inspire me in doing the things that I love to do. Of course, … Continue reading

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What Can You Do About Company Culture?

How much does the age of the business owners, and the age of people running the show, define the culture of the company? Check out my guest post on GlassHeel, a career, lifestyle and networking site for professional women. The … Continue reading

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Interesting Articles from the Week of November 4, 2012

In addition to writing posts, I’ve been following several other website and blogs for interesting and relevant articles and news. I’ve decided to start a weekly roundup of articles I’ve found worthy of making comments on, and I hope you … Continue reading

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A Male Boss – Good or Bad?

A recent Fortune article recommends that women who want a promotion should find a boss whose wife has a career (isn’t that a funny question to ask during your interview for a job – What does your wife do?). It … Continue reading

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Women in Tech Leadership (and in the News)

Growing and Guiding a Social Media Platform to Becoming a Publicly Traded Company Four years ago, Sheryl Sandberg was named chief operating officer for Facebook. This June, she was appointed as the only female member of the board of Facebook. … Continue reading

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The Rise of Women in the Defense Industry

In July, there was an article the rise of women transforms the defense industry. I thought that this was a pretty cool and inspiring story, given my almost 10 years working in aerospace, and my passion for women in engineering … Continue reading

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More Women, Better Leadership?

In a recent article by one of my former (favorite) professors from my MS program, Bob Sutton writes that Adding Women Makes Your Group Smarter. In addition to being an interesting and engaging professor, he is known for writing ‘The … Continue reading

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Womenspiration – It’s Not Yet Defined but It’s Happening

Have you ever come across the word womenspiration? I am sure we have all guessed that this word is short for women inspiration or the women who inspire us. I have checked on Merriam-Webster Dictionary and even the Urban Dictionary … Continue reading

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WOW to the Women At Work – Helping Other Women

A friend passed this article on to me a few weeks ago, and I thought it was worth sharing: Meet the League of Extraordinary Women: 60 Influencers Who are Changing the World. Some people on the list are “big names” … Continue reading

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Good Girls Need to Go Bad to Excel at Work?

Have you ever had a feeling that being a good girl when you were younger and while in school did not help you to build your career or go up the ladder? As this article about The Dark Side of … Continue reading

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Networking: For Business or for Socializing?

Articles and news about networking are an almost daily (maybe hourly?) occurrence, with the many things written about the growth and proliferation of online social networks, as well as the value of professional networking. A recent article from Women 2.0 … Continue reading

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Has the Tide Turned? The Rise of Women CEO’s

The 2012 listing of the Fortune 500 includes 18 female CEO’s in 2012. After a few years of a decreasing number of women at the top of organizations, this is great news for women, whether you are already near the … Continue reading

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