When I was a teenager, my mother fell ill with M.E. and I saw her struggle to get her symptoms recognised – even though she was a doctor herself. Myalgic encephalomyelitis (M.E.) is a chronic condition
Alyssa Furtado of Ratehub discusses a pivotal crossroads in her business. In this video from Entrepreneur Network partner Mars Discovery Disitrct, we hear from Alyssa Furtado, co-founder of Ratehub, which
I Was the Only Woman in a Group of Male CEOs. Here's How the Experience Helped My CompanyI Joined an All-Male CEO Group My
In January of 2018, I reached out to the head of a local CEO group and inquired about joining. After a one-on-one phone call to learn more about me and my business goals, he invited me to their next session.
New research by LeanIn.org finds that 60% of male managers are uncomfortable mentoring or working with women. That is up fourteen percentage points from last year when I wrote about what women should as
Corporate America has made almost no progress in improving women's representation, as women are underrepresented at every organizational level. According to the Women in the Workplace 2018 study, the comprehensive
Working moms need maternity return—not just maternity leave. Having lived through the highs and lows of balancing a career with motherhood for most of my own professional life, I believe leave should just
So, periods stink: You’ve got PMS, agonizing cramps and body aches, bloating, cravings, and, of course, bleeding. Can it get worse? Well, you may also deal with a lovely aching, throbbing headache before
LeanIn.org and SurveyMonkey just released the results of a survey on the state of men and women are interacting in the workplace in the age of #MeToo. The results are frustrating. The data reveals that
Sheryl Sandberg says 60% of male managers are afraid to have a one-on-one meeting with a female employee
Because more women have begun to speak out about sexual harassment and sexism they've experienced in the workplace, female employees have a new threat to their careers: being avoided by their male bosses.
How proficient is your child or grandchild when it comes to reading a spreadsheet? Do they understand P&L, or even know what that stands for? (It’s profit and loss, by the way. I Googled it.) For the child