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CWB's third annual summit celebrates the successes of business women around the country while also discussing their unique challenges. We will address the importance of finding supportive and reliable netowrks necessary for success, as well as the familiar roadblocks women face in accessing and using capital-- one of the most common reasons why women's business dreams lag in comparison to men's.
The topic of women in the workplace is certainly not a new subject for discussion, but how we look at their role and impact is most certainly changing. History has accurately recorded the foundation that women bring to our families and communities, but what about in business?
Women in business are redefining the game throughout America's free enterprise system. In this report authored by Dr. Catherine H. Tinsley of Georgetown University, the National Chamber Foundation and the Center for Women in Busness examine women's representation in the top executive ranks of mid-cap firms.
How Do You Do It? Nearly everywhere I go, I am asked that same question…
I want to confess right on the front end that I don’t do it. Let me come clean. While the privilege of running a top notch marketing organization at a Fortune 100 company for which I have loved working for over thirty years is a dream come true, I don’t do it alone!
I want to share with you a few concepts and secrets that answer “how I do it” and will hopefully help you do IT and MORE!
The recent Labor Department jobs numbers were encouraging on a number of levels. We saw the unemployment figure fall to 8.6% and companies add 120,000 jobs last month (according to a separate employer survey). Yet, buried beneath that sunny figure (and unearthed by many commentators in the hours after the numbers were released) was the finding that 315,000 people had dropped out of the labor force.