We grabbed a few minutes with six women who are leaders in their fields to get a few quick bits of advice for reaching the top.
Being well-rounded—or having skills outside your immediate job duties—is a great idea no matter what field you’re in. But before you start signing up for random classes, ask yourself these questions to decide which skills will pay off most in the long run.
Dealing with sexual harassment is always horrible, but when the offending behavior comes from your top client, you can feel downright lost. Hear from someone who’s been there on how to handle the situation.
One of the best parts about being an entrepreneur is being able to work with the people you want. But that leaves you with the important task of picking those people! This entrepreneur shares her secrets to landing great clients (and avoiding the rest).
Whether it’s your first position or your fifth, those first few days on the job can be more than a little intimidating. But with these key rules, you can get comfortable, get up to speed quickly, and get off on the right foot with your new boss.
On the surface, networking and making friends seem similar, but it’s important to know the difference. Here’s a look at some common networking scenarios that can veer toward friend territory, and how to make sure you’re approaching them the right way.
If you didn’t get a position you wanted, here’s some good news: It’s still an opportunity to get your foot in the door for future opportunities, plus learn more about yourself as a candidate. Take these four steps to turn your situation around.