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Rule-breaking Female Characters

Admittedly, I was a little unsure of what I would write about when Nathalie suggested this for our theme this week.  I sat at the desk in our basement office, hoping for inspiration but instead re-arranged the pens in their various glass holders and stared at the blank wall in front of me trying to decide which would be a better fit: a mirror or an oversized framed print. 867 more words

Book Review

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Entrepreneurship Forum Brings Together Women Leaders of UAE and UK

 The World Economic Forum has reported in recent years that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) enjoys the greatest degree of gender equality in business of any nation in the Middle East-North Africa region. 180 more words

Shahram Shirkhani

Learn what can help with kicking out dream stealers.

This weekend I was spending time reading, listening, reflecting and journaling. That is how I process “my stuff” so I can keep hope alive. 463 more words

Itrainwomen

Women In Business

Women 30-65 starting their own businesses…

Is this the new normal?

The numbers are in and they prove that women are tapping out on office politics, downsizing, job elimination, at will companies and all that is the norm in the job world today. 716 more words

Blue Ocean Business Group

Not just why Kinethics, but "why us?"

A piece I wrote for Reese News Lab.

The past few weeks has been hectic for the Kinethics team: client calls, research, contracting developers and designers. 375 more words

Writing

Keep the Fire Burning

There are very few moments in my life that I label as life-changing. However, the weekend of February 13, 2015 is going to go down in history as 3 days that redefined who I am as a person, leader, sister, friend, etc. 599 more words

College Life

Don't put me in that box (Part 3): when you're most likely to be 'boxed'

As I mentioned in part 1& 2 (here), for part of my PhD research I interviewed senior women leaders in Australia (working in traditionally ‘male’ industries) surrounding how they think they’re see by their co-workers, and if/how they attempt to manage the perceptions of others (about them). 1,278 more words

Professional Identity