Month: August 2019
8 Female Executives On The Habits They Gave Up

By Lindsay Tigar, Fast Company There are many theories about how long it takes to form a habit. Some say 21 days. Others argue it’s more like 60, or more. Whatever the case, some aspects of our routine are beneficial to

5 Ways To Galvanize The Next Generation Of Multicultural Businesses Owners

By Carla Harris, Swaay Thirty years on Wall Street has taught me a few things about being a woman in the business world that I’d like to share with the next generation of multicultural women who want to start and

Public Perception Finally Agrees: Women are as Competent as Men

By Anne Stych, BizWomen Public perception has finally caught up with the idea that women are as competent as men — or even more so, a new study found. The increased confidence in women’s abilities over several decades has been

How I became the CFO of my own life

By Phyllis Newhouse, CEO of Xtreme Solutions, Inc. How engaged are you in your finances? Some avoid dealing with their personal finances because they experience financial fear or believe they lack expertise, with many married women today still leaving investments and money management

Better Benefits Means A Better Bottom Line

By Geri Stengel, Forbes The number one concern of million-dollar-plus women-led businesses is talent recruitment and retention, according to the 2019 EY WPO Business Outlook. More than one third of respondents— 37%  — said that attracting and retaining talent was a challenge.

From Project To Movement: Unleashing The Potential Of Business Transformation

By Maril MacDonald, Founder & CEO of Gagen MacDonald; The Holmes Report Large companies today are contending with an astonishing array of challenges. They must simultaneously continually reinvent themselves to fend off disruption, deliver quarterly results to satisfy shareholders, compete for top