Woman Networking

Why You Shouldn’t Be Networking

2020 is over! Whoop, whoop! Although we are not yet out of the uncertain impact of the past challenging year, I enter 2021 with hope. I have hope of making

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Woman using her phone for social media

How To Get a Handle on Social Media

We need to focus on how to get a handle on social media. People often ask me what I think about social media. I’ll tell you what I think: it’s

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Tips for Connected Leadership

Tips for Connected Leadership and a “Small World” Moment

Leadership comes with a plethora of responsibilities – instigating ideas, putting out fires, delegating, building a team, keeping that team running smoothly. Sometimes, getting caught up in the to-dos of

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‘Tis the season to connect!

With the holiday season comes the holiday parties – but probably not this year. It is still a time of joy, celebration, reflection and gratitude. So how can you keep

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What you should ask yourself every day

What better time than Thanksgiving to reflect on what you’re grateful for? This tradition of giving thanks is one that I believe should be a part of everyday life –

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THIS made me think… and smile

It has been a tough 2020. I don’t need to list the reasons why – you all are experiencing this challenging time. No matter where you are from. Throughout this

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Once a hero, ALWAYS a hero.

It was December 6th, 2011 when I had my first meeting at NBC. Fourteen months later, my book to help veterans reintegrate into the civilian workplace, Heroes Get Hired, hit

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How to stop COVID from reversing gender equality

Social inequality is at the forefront of the conversation. There are many ways that inequality has existed in the past and continues to exist today. So many groups seek fairness

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The Power of Words

When I was a kid I loved the saying “Sticks and stones may break my ones but words will never hurt me.” I thought it was a great retort to

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