Interviews with top executives, inspiring women, top leaders, and CEOS.
Social business is the way of the future—so we chatted with Sandy Carter, IBM exec, to find out what that means.
From teenage inventors to people shaking up business, prepare to be seriously inspired by these fearless minds who are changing the world—for the better.
As a 25-year veteran of the aviation industry, Emirates’ Catherine Baird has an insider’s look into starting—and advancing—an in-flight career.
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.
If you work in PR, you might dream of heading up a company’s media relations. But what’s the gig really like? Hear from NASDAQ OMX’s Joe Christinat.
As a Negotiations Professor at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, it’s Margaret A. Neale’s job to help women be better negotiators. And today, she’s sharing a few (tuition-free!) lessons with us.
Asha Keddy has no small job: She leads hundreds of people spanning seven of Intel’s offices across the globe. We sat down with her to learn more about how to manage huge projects, lead huge teams, and bring a huge company into the future.
Walk into one of the country’s largest law firms, and you’ll see a stark picture of the gender gap in leadership. We sat down with Susan Smith Blakely, a retired law firm partner and author of Best Friends at the Bar, to learn more.
Heidi Roizen was one of Silicon Valley’s first female execs—and is still known as one of the world’s greatest connectors. We sat down with her for a few lessons in being remembered, being genuine, and not waiting for the phone to ring.