gig economy

Embracing the Future: Surviving and Flourishing in the Gig Economy

If you’ve been following the trends in the HR world, it’s likely you’ve heard the phrase “gig economy” tossed around in more than a few publications. So what is a gig economy and why is it getting so much attention? A quick Google search provides the following definition: A gig economy is a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs. … Read More»

Women’s Corporate Exodus – How Not to Run a Meritocracy

  (Another) Open Letter to Corporate Leadership: Do you run a meritocracy? Does your company promote only the best and brightest? Is your hiring process color- and gender-blind? If you said yes to any of the above, the chances are that your company is none of those things. Why? Because our biases towards hiring white […] Read moreRead More»

Career Limitations for Women: Conquering the Final Frontier.

  A recent survey of top executives revealed that they see self-imposed mindset limitations as the primary challenge to their organizational leadership. I see that all the time in my own coaching work with private clients and when I provide leadership development programs to major corporations. To live your full potential, you have to let […] Read moreRead More»

Women On Top – Men and Women Leading Forward Together

  Dateline:  September 2013 the research is in and it is conclusive. Women have an important role to play in organizational development, leadership; and, adding women to the executive suite typically boosts profits!  So what is the problem?  Why are women leaving corporate America?  Why is there a brain, passion and potential drain?  Why is […] Read moreRead More»

The Lack of Power in your Power Suit

Where Are the Women Going? Most don’t exit the workforce. Many choose entrepreneurship. You’re probably familiar with the phenomenal growth in the number of women owned U.S. business, so I won’t belabor the point. If not, you can read more here. Large, successful, well-run companies such as American Express, Deloitte, and Ernst and Young, which […] Read moreRead More»

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