Work can be very boring. Even if you are doing something you love, we all crave some type of distraction during those long weekdays.
The Internet is my number one source of distraction. There are endless ways I…
On Tuesday July 23rd, I attended the Women’s Advancement Compact’s first workshop event. It was a small, yet highly motivated group of 12 who were all very eager to share and enrich their leadership skills.
Two professionals, Stanley Goldstein and…
Tips on How to Work From Home
Things are changing in the workplace; working at home is becoming a more common occurrence. However, as appealing as working from home sounds, it requires a disciplined work ethic the same way an…
One of the launch questions that I know everyone has admitted to feeling is: “Do you feel overwhelmed, like there are just too many things to do in a day, and it affects your focus?” If you say no,…
I was determined and, frankly, a little scared. A colleague had challenged me to not only unplug for two full days, but to do NO WORK AT ALL for those days.
I don’t consider myself a work-a-holic, but I do…
Polling Question #5: It’s My Job and I’ll Speak if I Want To!
One of the polling questions asked at the launch-event was ‘Do you hold your tongue because you worry about not being liked?’ I find this question very…
Observation #1: In her book Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg references an incident in her life- where a male colleague cut her off during a meeting. Her boss came to the rescue by suggesting that Ms Sandberg hadn’t finished…
High Energy Networking, Thought Provoking Conversation, and Great Food & Wine – oh my.
Standing room only at the Women’s Advancement Compact kick-off event 5-9-13
An energized crowd overfilled the room at Alston & Bird on Thursday, May 9th to…
At thePrinceton Club on April 10, 2013
Hearing Dr. Anne Marie Slaughter and Andrew Romano speak about work/life balance at the Princeton Club left me energized, hopeful, and armed with an action plan.
When Dr. Slaughter analogized this paradigm shift…