Enterprising women at the helm. Advice from women leaders who cleared the glass ceiling.
by Jerry Davich
Lynne Rehmel’s career wheels first hit the road 35 years ago.
She has been involved in every aspect of the transportation business, from customer service and sales to safety director, terminal supervisor and operations manager.
“As a new transportation carrier, it is very difficult to get started in … Read Full Article
Starting a business can be an incredibly daunting endeavor. From creating the initial concept to executing it in a smart, cost-effective manner, building a business and continually fostering it takes time, strategy and a tremendous amount of determination. Jay Yadon, co-founder and CEO of ResortShare, an award-winning company helping timeshare owners share their vacation time with travelers, can fully attest to this process. … Read Full Article
Harold Ward survives a Triple A, in the right place at the right time.
By Elise Sims
Harold Ward of Gary worked for 39 years with the Department of Child and Family Services in and around hospitals helping plan care for kids with special medical needs. In relatively good health himself, he had never been hospitalized. Suddenly last July, he found himself on the receiving … Read Full Article
Emerging Women, a multi-tiered platform for women leaders is heading into their third Annual Emerging Women Conference at the Park Central Hotel in San Francisco on Thursday, October 8th to Sunday, October 11th, 2015. The immersive four-day conference consists of integrative practices, workshops and networking circles, in addition to outstanding keynotes and stellar panel discussions, which inform, educate and highlight attendees’ authentic leadership skills.… Read Full Article
Excerpt from the article: At the Top of Their Game by Laurie Wink.
Women executives excel at juggling career and family responsibilities.
Professional women traditionally take responsibility for managing households and families, and have to figure out how to achieve a work/life balance. As the following profiles of accomplished women attest, there’s not a single path to the top.
“There’s no specific recipe,” says Michelle … Read Full Article