The Complete Job Interview Preparation Guide: 10 Tips to Get You Hired

Preparing for a job interview is critical to making a good first impression, calming your nerves and coming across as a viable candidate for the role. You need to be ready to evaluate this opportunity and to be evaluated for it. So you can go in with confidence, I’ve compiled my top ten tips for … More The Complete Job Interview Preparation Guide: 10 Tips to Get You Hired

The Top Five Mistakes Women Make At Work

As I say in my Leadership for Women Web Series, culture is a construct. Culture is defined as “The customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or other social group.” In other words, it’s something we all agree to acknowledge and follow. Unfortunately for women, for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years, … More The Top Five Mistakes Women Make At Work

The Difference Between Passive, Aggressive and Assertive Behavior

Do you know the difference between passive, aggressive, and assertive behavior? Many of the questions and comments I receive from women are around understanding the difference between passive, aggressive, and assertive behavior. Often when women try to be assertive, they can be accused of being aggressive, when the same behavior in a man would be … More The Difference Between Passive, Aggressive and Assertive Behavior

Top Six Marketing and Leadership Books that Influenced Me

There are a lot of marketing, social media, and leadership books out there, and trust me, they aren’t all good. If you’re getting started in any of these fields, or if you’ve recently been promoted to a leadership role, let me cut through some of the noise for you and recommend some solid books with … More Top Six Marketing and Leadership Books that Influenced Me

Body Language in the Workplace: How to Project Confidence

Did you know people believe your body language more than the words you say? Studies show that your words make up only 7 percent of the message you send and the rest is non verbal, a combination of what they see and the tone you use. If your body language is sending a conflicting message, … More Body Language in the Workplace: How to Project Confidence

Mistakes Women Make in the Workplace That Hold Them Back

Although things are improving, women continue to be underrepresented at every level in the workplace. A 2019 study by Women in the Workplace shows that women hold only 21 percent of C-Suite level positions and 38 percent of management positions. Much of this is due, of course, to bias, both conscious and unconscious, at every … More Mistakes Women Make in the Workplace That Hold Them Back

How to Take Leadership of your Company’s Social Media Strategy

One of the most challenging aspects of running social media for a large organization can be coordinating and facilitating communications between departments in the company. It’s easy for the social media manager to become siloed, or, if you don’t have buy-in from all departments, it can be difficult or impossible to get the information you … More How to Take Leadership of your Company’s Social Media Strategy