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by Amanda DiSilvestro on October 18, 2011

5 Things Every Woman Should Consider Before Relocating Her Business

by Amanda DiSilvestro on October 18, 2011

  I don’t care about the demographics of my company or my family—  women control the household, and I believe that working women basically control the world. In other words, women often have to make extremely tough decisions. Balancing a household and a business can be tricky work, especially when you are considering relocation. If [...]

by Patricia Frame on October 10, 2011

Thanks Be With You

by Patricia Frame on October 10, 2011

  Recently we discussed thank you notes to potential hiring managers on a technical women’s list – and it triggered a note about all the other sorts of ‘thank you’ occasions we frequently ignore. Then I spoke to a group of small business people about performance management – and saying “Thank You” came up. Many [...]

by Tara Rethore on September 13, 2011

Stuck in a Rut? Reframe the Question and get Back on Track

by Tara Rethore on September 13, 2011

If you find your business is stuck in a rut, learn how to reframe the question and get back on track.

by Guest Contributor on September 12, 2011

Take Your Leadership to the Next Level With a Self-Assessment

by Guest Contributor on September 12, 2011

A simple way to self-assess your abilities and take your leadership and managerial skills to the next level.

by Guest Contributor on July 27, 2011

How to Avoid Becoming a Horrible Boss

by Guest Contributor on July 27, 2011

Rebecca Matuson gives women entrepreneurs tips on how to avoid becoming a horrible boss.