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Listening & communicating Myers Briggs colour code test

I attended a fantastic training session about how to communicate and improve your listening skills.

The first step is to understand your working style by using the Myers Briggs colour test. 399 more words

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I'm a Preschool Parent Now

My three-year-old son, Bodhi, started preschool this week. It’s been a rollercoaster of emotions for me, as I think it commonly is for many moms. Typically, the emotions come from the anxiety around “separating” from one’s child. 536 more words


Take A Break From Work Without Leaving Your Desk With These 3 Apps

Taking breaks during the workday is necessary for continued mental health. We have all have those moments when we aimlessly stare at our computer screens. Some of us find refuge from the mundane tasks of everyday life by pulling out our smartphones or tablets to inconspicuously play a game or two. 345 more words


GIRL BOSS | 5 things you should never do at work

Oh the working world… There are highs and lows… but as long as there are more highs than lows, you’re in a good place!

Over these last 2-ish years in the “real working world”, I’ve learned a few things (I think). 485 more words


On our 95th Women's Equality Day, women are still waiting for equal treatment

Today is Women’s Equality Day, marking the 95th anniversary of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. While that—and the progress we’ve made over the past century—is certainly something to celebrate, it’s still a bit premature to start calling things “equal.” 698 more words


Accenture is the latest employer to pay for working moms to ship their breast milk

Could company-sponsored breast milk mailings become the new normal for working moms?

Accenture announced a new series of parental benefits for employees in the U.S. and Canada on Wednesday. 487 more words


What You Need To Know About Maternity Leave Before You Accept That Job Offer

The 2016 Presidential elections upon us with the topic of paid leave, or the lack thereof in the United States, a prevalent topic among candidates. And with… 790 more words