Search for a new opportunity or job. This will help you know and understand where the market is going and how you might look to grow your skills. Remember I said search, not apply (unless you really want to!)
This goes without saying. Your bio should be updated regularly and should reflect your most relevant skills and recent accomplishments. Don’t wait until someone needs your bio, resume, or LI profile to create it. Stay ready!
Know Your Worth. The gender pay gap is real and part of the fix is to be more transparent about salary and compensation. Have a conversation with a colleague or someone in your industry that you trust. To address the pay gap, we need to be more open and transparent about the disparities. For a...Read More
Today we are focused on self-care again. Just as you make your career, family, or clients a priority, your health must be a priority as well. Too often I hear of women that make everyone else’s needs a priority and neglect to take care of themselves. Get all of your appointments scheduled and keep them....Read More
Give Back. When I first started working, I craved the guidance and insights of my mentor. Helping me transition from the structure of school to the more ambiguous working world was a big jump for me. Now I look forward to sharing the same insights with newbies. Pay it forward and give back.
Often women run the risk of being over extended by taking on non-value add activities because we are people pleasers. Avoid that tendency today and just say no. Time is yours to manage and making sure that you are focused on value-add tasks and activities makes a big difference in terms of productivity and impact....Read More