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Webinar: Look Before You Leap A 2-Part Webinar Series For Professionals With One Foot On The Off Ramp
Part I of the webinar: “Motherhood Guilt or Job Dissatisfaction?” will…
• help you decide if your thoughts about leaving the workforce are your own, or are influenced by others.
• include a provocative discussion exploring whether motherhood “guilt” is well-founded orwhether you have unrealistic expectations for balancing work and life..
• help you evaluate more deeply why you work and how you would replace your work drivers at home. And,
• give you a clear framework for deciding if it is perception or reality for you, that the grass is Continue reading
This article comes from Kathryn Sollmann, an Ivy Exec contributor.
Here’s a word I liked to see on resumes during my recruiting days: collaborate. It’s a word that all women building careers should think about every day.
Employers like to hire and advance collaborators. Think about it: most companies do not have dictators at the top of their employee pyramid. Some do sneak up there, but before too long they topple off. Most successful professionals look for ways to build relationships, teams and cross-functional alliances.
When you consider how well Continue reading