Women at Work: A Guide for Men – WSJ 12-14-14

Women at Work: A Guide for Men – WSJ 12-14-14

News Release December 14, 2014

Recommended Reading for Men and Women in the Workplace

As a professional business career woman in 2014, I am amazed that we are still talking about Women at Work and a How to guide for Men. As the author Joanne Lipman suggests it is not a men bashing article, and yes I concur. Many of the eight items (see below) I have encountered myself, as recently as last week by a very good intentioned male. I think the last two paragraphs of the article sums it up for my latest experience. We just need men to be open to learning about the needs of their women colleagues.

The Equal Rights for Equality in Gender Pay Legislation 2014 – It’s not dead yet!

It’s not dead yet! A play on words from Monty Python from the Holy Grail News Release November 1, 2014

In 2014, the battle rages on since 1923 when the Ratification of a Constitutional Amendment was first introduced in Congress, known as the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), and failed to pass in 1977. What is the ERA you might ask?

The Amendment for Women = 24 words

“Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the US or by any state on account of sex.”

When we think of the good versus evil – we sometimes end up in the divisive nature of our political parties making decisions that affect our quality of life – yes, our earning power to have what the …

Writing and Editing Rock Stars! We all need one in our job search!

News Release October 11, 2014 Recommended Reading for Job seekers!  

As we all have heard – the unemployment figures are down in third quarter, however many people gave up looking for full-time work. In the Southern States, there has been a job anomaly. The unemployment figures have risen in the past quarter. Howard A. Goodman has a wonderful eBook entitled (2009) Rx for finding Work Again.

“The state of today’s professional job market screams for thinking outside the box of Permanent Employment.” As quoted from his book, Goodman, H. (2009). Rx for finding work again. Raleigh, NC: Lulu.com.

Howard shares his secrets, and his wit – all of which you need to keep you laughing and rolling with the best of them as you hit the …

Bullying is a Leadership issue!

News Release 

Bullying is a Leadership issue!

The buck stops here. When we hear that the buck stops here, it truly means taking responsibility for the decisions and how the organizational leadership makes decisions as to how the earned money is spent and what leadership consider important to their overall business goals and objectives.

At least one assumes. After nearly an hour of dutiful speechifying and deflection, it was uncertain what the commissioner was after, or accomplished. It felt that way in the ballroom of the midtown Manhattan Hilton, and judging from the blowback on social media, it felt that way on television”.

Jason Gay, Sports writer, WSJ, 9/19/14, from the article entitled, “Roger Goodell’s Immaculate Deflection.

When the leadership focuses on self-protection and the NFL Leagues’ primary interest, Roger …

Confident girls are often considered…

In a new article, for those who follow Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and her Lean In book written by Sheryl Sandberg and Nell Scovell.  Nell Scovell

See the new article, “Don’t Call Us Bossy” by Sheryl Sandberg and Anna Maria Chavez and published by WSJ on Saturday March 8, 2014 in their Saturday Essay section.

Click here to read: Don’t Call Us Bossy