A Bain study attempted to pinpoint the stage where women decided to disengage from an executive career path. Although the same study found that women disengage in the first two years of their career, the middle is where women have increased negative experiences, such as: · The stereotype of not being an "ideal worker" · Lack of... Continue Reading →
Although there are no shortcuts to success, getting promoted or creating your dream career, there are certain things that you can do that will shift your mindset and therefore shift your external circumstances.
Ahhhhh, the ever elusive term S-U-C-C-E-S-S. As I reflect on my previous career path and accomplishments, I also look at what advice would have been useful prior to entering the job market, and then again mid-career. Success has to be achieved and is not freely given to anyone. In the pursuit of success, it’s easy... Continue Reading →
If you’ve been in the job market for over 15 years, then it’s likely you’ve worked for a bad boss. There are plenty of articles that tell you how to survive toxic bosses and co-workers, but what if YOU have become the crazy boss? What if you are the one that is stressed out with... Continue Reading →
When mentoring young officers that felt trapped in their careers, I told them, “The cage you feel like you’re in was created by you.” One young lady I mentor (not a coaching client) spoke of how she has anxiety, stress and was unhappy in her position. She doesn’t like her boss, feels undervalued and was... Continue Reading →