Do you know your story? During a recent #GirlsClub webinar – Tips for Navigating (& Surviving) a Layoff – one of the biggest takeaways was to “Know Your Story.” But what the leaders meant wasn’t “What Happened?” rather “Where are you going?”
Losing a job is so much more than losing a paycheck because so much of our self-worth is tied up in what we do. So much of how we show up in the world and identify with ourselves is based on how we show up at work.
Want to know what advice LB and other strong women leaders in sales would tell their younger selves to own their power at work?
It can be uncomfortable to give – and to receive feedback – but if done right, it can be a total gift.
There is something sentimental about the holidays and the end of the year that makes you pause to reflect on all that has been experienced and accomplished. It is also an exciting time to look forward to a new year filled with all the “new” – new hopes, new dreams, new goals, new opportunities.
Many of us recovering perfectionists, career women, over-achievers, and working moms (I own all of these) have trouble drawing clear lines between what we own and what others own. Or what others should own.
At #GirlsClub we don’t think companies and managers are purposely offering less compensation to women. We know that when a woman starts her career making less than her male counterparts it is a trend that will follow her until she retires. My personal goal is to fix this before I retire.
For 1.5 days next month, #GirlsClub is putting on the most powerful development event in the revenue industry, and I promise you, that if you invest this time and budget (for yourself or your people), an immediate change will be felt.
I challenge us all to do something proactive and to celebrate the leaders who do. This article will tell you a great leader story, give you 3 actions you can take, and introduce you to a HUGE move #GirlsClub is taking to help National Women’s Equality Day (and the need for it to) go away.
When it comes to the workplace, there will always be challenges – some that are small hiccups and some that are just infuriating. If you could use some tips to help minimize workplace frustrations, keep reading.
Let’s face it, no matter how perfect the job is or how wonderful the leadership is or how much you love your coworkers, at some point an issue is going to arise. So, how are you going to handle it?
Even if you’re at the beginning of your career, it’s not too soon to contemplate your legacy. If only more of us were so purposeful. When I was in my 20s, I took the first job someone gave me and kept my nose down on that track until my mid 30s.