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Liz Scherer

by Shonali Burke on November 22, 2010

Ms. Interwebz: Dweeters And Disgruntlement

by Shonali Burke on November 22, 2010

Minding your Ps and Qs during the holidays She’s baack! And none too soon as it seems that the Interwebz have been buzzing about the Ms. Herself! What’s more, now that the holidays are fast approaching, it’s essential that we start minding our Ps and Qs when it comes to social etiquette, engagement and networking. [...]

by Shonali Burke on September 23, 2010

Ms. Interwebz and Etiquette 3.0

by Shonali Burke on September 23, 2010

Back in the day when business and social etiquette were acknowledged as necessities and not exceptions, there was a certain decorum that ruled: be polite, be kind and don’t interrupt. However, it seems that as we’ve become more connected, we’ve also become more disconnected with the basic rules of engagement. Although the reasons for this [...]

by Shonali Burke on June 16, 2010

That Ole Glass Ceiling Still Isn’t Cracked

by Shonali Burke on June 16, 2010

You know that pay gap that our Feminist friends have been battling for decades now? It’s still there. I’m not especially shocked by this revelation. However, what I am a bit shocked about is that contention that the foundation of gender pay disparities rests on a woman’s ability to negotiate salary increases, so much so, [...]

by Shonali Burke on March 12, 2010

Ladies: What Does Your Age Look Like?

by Shonali Burke on March 12, 2010

Earlier this week, we published a post by Liz Scherer on what she called “the incredible disappearing woman,” and lessons from the famed chef, Mollie Katzen, on dealing with ageism in your career. Liz followed up this remarkable post with another on her blog, that continues the conversation with Mollie and truly celebrates women. It [...]

by Shonali Burke on March 8, 2010

The Incredible Disappearing Woman: Lessons on Dealing With Ageism From Mollie Katzen

by Shonali Burke on March 8, 2010

Are you of “a certain age” yet? Have you heard that Sixty is the new Forty? And Seventy the new Fifty? Sounds appealing until you fully realize the implications. Although women are more engaged and successful than ever (remember today’s International Women’s Day), the woman in the mirror might not have much to say about [...]

by Jill Foster on December 4, 2009

4 Bloggers and Their Business: Why This Year Rocked!

by Jill Foster on December 4, 2009

This year has brought great impact and change to many of the blogger community here (and it’s the launch year of Women Grow Business to boot!). Many bloggers have shared recently what they’re most grateful for in their businesses in 2009. The first few: Liz Scherer, producer of Flashfree: I’m thankful for a wonderful team [...]

by Jill Foster on October 16, 2009

Would You Marry Them? Key Questions to Ask When Building Quality Partnerships

by Jill Foster on October 16, 2009

Make it human, be sure it’s authentic. When Jill asked me to write a post about building quality partnerships, one essential ‘quality’ came to mind – being human – and more importantly, being an ‘authentic’ human. Partnerships are no different than the more intimate relationships in our lives; in fact, we often spend more hours [...]