Book Review » The First 90 Days

If you just started a new job (or ever plan on moving into a new role within or outside your current company) - stop everything, and pick up this book. I have used this book as a road map for the first 90 days on the job in ...

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When Your Dream Job Becomes a Nightmare (And How To Change it!)

Remember that first day of school, when you wore a new outfit, new shoes, and were excited about learning and playing with your friends?

And remember that first day on the new job at work, when you put on your high heels (or your...

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What Can You Do About Company Culture?

Company culture is one of those funny things that can be hard to define on paper, though we’ve all experienced how it makes us feel and whether (or not) we fit in with the culture when part of an organization. About.com defines company culture to...

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Being A Good Boss

As I progress in my career, I recognize more and more how common the negative female boss is in the corporate world. I held the expectation that the corporate world would help develop a different type of woman from the ones we knew in high school...

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We Will Not Forget

On this 11th anniversary of that horrible day in September, we remember. And we extend our thoughts and prayers to the families, friends and colleagues of the nearly 3,000 that were lost. 

Our deepest thanks goes to the women in our...

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Being A Woman In A Man's World

Even though it’s been 40 years since the second wave of the women’s movement, in which there was a focus on gender equality in laws and culture, there are still many industries that are...

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Why We Need To Upgrade The Boardroom

If you've had the chance to talk to anyone here at GlassHeel.com, you know where we stand when it comes to...

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10 Years Later: How Have We Changed?

Most of us have no trouble recalling exactly where we were when we learned of the September 11th attacks. I was beginning my junior year in college and was living off campus in a townhome with friends. I can still see the images of the second...

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Daily Dilemmas: Are You a Time Thief?

With as much time as most of us spend at work, it's understandable that employees may need to conduct some personal business while in the office. But how much is too much? Take a step back and think about your work day. Are you stealing...

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Book Review » StrengthsFinder 2.0

Do you have a solid understanding of what you do best? Hopefully the answer is yes - but do you actually get to use those skills in your job on a daily basis? Most of the time we're so busy focusing on our what we need to improve that we...

Filed in: The C-Suite