Category: Women in Business

Want to Start Living Like a Boss? Expert Tips

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.

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

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The Cost of Crazy

Regardless of size, industry, customer, or platform, the success of all business boils down to one thing – the people.There are physical, mental, emotional, and economic costs associated conflict and drama, or as Anne Grady author of the new book 52 Strategies for Life, Love and Work likes to say, “crazy creators”.

Grady, an organizational transformation expert, teaches businesses how to both survive and …

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Engagement = Social Media Success

By Ben Laube, POLR Marketing

Social Media is a leading industry tool to bring brand awareness to the forefront of markets. More than ever, your business’ online reputation weighs heavily on your success due to the unlimited availability of content published daily online. In a majority of marketing and advertising methods, the communication is a one-way street from company to customer. However, social media is …

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Accomplished Women

Meet some of the leaders of the region’s community foundations.

by Jane Bokun

As a woman with a lot of responsibility, Barb Young heads up the Porter County Foundation, which gives out more than $1 million in grants each year.

She began her career as a volunteer for Porter County and has been affiliated with the foundation since its inception. She assumed the role of …

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Improving Quality Of Life in Your Business

By Ruth W. Crocker

If you find yourself listening to co-workers complain at work, you’re not alone. Jane, a registered nurse, often eats her lunch sitting on a curb in the parking lot next to the clinic where she works. She’s looking for just a few minutes of peace and quiet from the chaos and complaints that echo off the walls in the employee break …

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