Category: Women in Business

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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Dress Drive for Glamour Event to Benefit Hello Gorgeous

SOUTH BEND – Goodwill and U93 will host a “Goodwill Gives” Dress Drive on Saturday, January 31st to benefit Hello Gorgeous at Flourish Boutique in Granger. The Dress Drive will be held from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm in the Centennial Place Shopping Center parking lot to collect gently used fashions for their upcoming Glamour Event in February.

U93 will broadcast live encouraging ladies to …

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The Heroine’s Journey: Women and Leadership

By: Ruth Crocker

It appears that more women than ever are stepping up to positions of leadership, but the path is still not as clear and unobstructed as we might think.

When Ella Fitzgerald, the queen of jazz, was asked the secret of her success, she said: “It’s simple, I owe it all to one woman, Marilyn Monroe. She stood up for me. She went …

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Why Small to Mid-Sized Businesses Need to Evaluate Talent

One of the biggest challenges business owners face is managing talent. Attracting the best talent and retaining top talent is integral to success – but it’s also a major struggle, according to a recent study by the National Center for the Middle Market at The Ohio State University Fisher School of Business. “Most business owners feel ill-equipped to manage the onslaught of talent demands,” says …

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Five Tips to Build a Brand in 2015

By Owen Shapiro

For the past seventy years, business branding has been largely guided by principles developed in the 1950s and 1960s, when there were only three television networks, messaging through advertising was easy to control, and information flowed from a few “trusted” news sources to millions of people.

This one-to-many model of information flow has been upended since the advent of the Internet and …

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