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.
You probably recognize Emily Maynard as the sweet, Southern, single mom from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. But now, she’s making her mark on the world beyond reality television by launching her first business. We sat down with her to learn more.
If you love to travel, you’ll love to read about the career of Jenny Buccos. The founder of ProjectExplorer.org, she’s traveled to 50 countries and directed more than 400 short films, which she shares with students to help build global awareness.
Through its 5by20 initiative, Coca-Cola aims to empower 5 million women around the world by providing them with resources to start and run their own businesses. Read on to learn more about the initiative and hear the inspiring story of one entrepreneur.
Alle Fister, founder of communications and style firm Bollare, has an amazing job—but it didn’t come to her by chance. Read on for her story on how a little tenacity landed her the career of her dreams, plus her advice for breaking in to the PR world.
Last week, Hillary Clinton spoke at the Women in the World conference on the rights of women and girls. Read on for a recap of what she had to say about the “unfinished business” of advancing women not only around the world—but right here at home.
Persuasion expert Nancy Duarte is quite possibly the world’s leader on telling stories. She’s also a successful entrepreneur who runs a world-class organization. And today, she shares a bit about her experience on both fronts.
When you think of achieving career success, you probably think of setting and achieving goals. But career expert Emily Bennington has a different idea for professional development—one that focuses more on who you are now than who you want to be.
Gloria Feldt married her high school sweetheart at 15 and pregnant, but challenged the norms of her time, eventually becoming the CEO of Planned Parenthood and a leader for women’s rights. Looking back, here are a few bits of wisdom she’d give to her younger self.