Category: Women in Business

Stress-Busting Strategies for Life and Work

Much of the stress we experience comes from our hyper-connected lifestyles, as we try to cope with the fast amount of information being thrown at us each day, explains Anne, who holds a master’s degree in organizational communication. “Our short-term memory can only store two to four items at once. When we are feeling overwhelmed or stressed, it’s not necessarily because we have so much …

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Study: Women Make Better CEOs

Rick, Mintigo, a company whose integration and predictive analytics prowess make them an interesting company to watch (according to Forbes and Inc. magazines), recently conducted a comprehensive gender study on US companies with over 100 employees or over $50 million in revenue.

The results indicate that companies with over 1,000 employees should probably hire a female CEO. However, women only make up 17% of …

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Six Ways to Live Like a Boss

by Jen Lawrence

So, do you want to live your life like a boss, calling the shots and living on top? Consider living lifelike a boss.We’ve taken six top tips from the business world that can improve your personal life too.

Have a vision.
Any CEO worth her salt has a clear idea of where she wants her company to go. Often, …

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Answering the Call

Blair Milo returns to LaPorte and becomes problem-solving mayor.

by Michael Puente

Blair Milo could be living a pretty incredible life in Washington, D.C.

A little more than three years ago, that’s exactly what she was doing. The 28-year-old was wrapping up a five-year career in the U.S. Navy that saw her serve two deployments to the Persian Gulf, including maneuvers in Bahrain and Iraq.…

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Become Invaluable at Work

Indispensable, Irreplaceable You

6 Tips to Creating Peerless Value at Work

By: DeEtta Jones

Given the rapid pace of change in most organizations, it is likely that you have—at least on occasion—considered the value you add (and what you have invested in it). Value is the return on investment benefit that your company enjoys because of your unique contribution to clients, colleagues and work product. …

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