In a Forbes article last week, the 100 most innovative leaders in America were crowned. There was only one woman featured – and no African Americans. Why was this? The methodology, and a definition of the word “innovative” that’s…well….innovative. I’m breaking down the methodology used for you so you can see how this happened – and asking how it can be changed to reflect those who are TRUELY innovative leaders.
As you may see from the featured image – I’m annoyed today. Last week I stumbled upon an article about questions that annoyed working moms. I popped onto Twitter and Instagram to check with my fellow working moms to see what kinds of annoying questions they’ve gotten – and boy did they deliver. Just check […]
Hi all – CMO here, and I’m excited to bring you a guest post today from my friend Anna Cosic. We met in person at Lola Retreat earlier this year, and she has a fascinating story! She’s also a career expert, so when she offered to write a guest post all about preparing for performance […]
One of the questions I get asked a lot is, how do you do everything you do? A reader suggested on Twitter that I do a “day in the life”, so you can see exactly what I go through. Read on to see a “typical”/non-typical day.
It’s been a few days since I flew home from FinCon 2018, and boy are my arms tired! Actually, it’s just me that’s tired. But in a great way. Last week, I wrote all about impostor syndrome, introversion, and heading to FinCon. Before I went, I thought FinCon was for “real” bloggers, not people like […]
Bitchy. Bossy. Intimidating. Unlikeable. Shrill. “Girls”. Ladyboss. Incompetent. Hired only “because she’s a woman.”. Bad Attitude. Assertive. A leader. Competent. Knows their stuff. Executive pretense. Boss. Brilliant, for full of new ideas. Focused. Determined. Words are powerful things. When it comes to women at work, many successful women hear words that take away their power. […]