Archive for March, 2015

[Q&A] Valencia Ray M.D.: What You Do is Not Who You Are

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[Q&A] Valencia Ray M.D.: What You Do is Not Who You Are

Valencia Ray M.D. is a principal of The Efficace Group, LLC in Chicago. A speaker, coach and consultant, she uses The Art and Science of NeuroReInvention® to help leaders and teams expand work/life vision so that more true potential is achieved. She is the author of “Leadership Beyond Gender: Transcend Limiting Mindsets to Become a […]

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Do Women’s Careers Peak at Age 45?

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Do Women’s Careers Peak at Age 45?

A report on older workers commissioned by the British government concludes that that nation’s economy would benefit from “taking better advantage of the skills and experience of our more senior workers.” There are many reasons older workers are not staying with their careers longer, but one of the most disturbing findings is that many women […]

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Should Women and Men Lean In Together?

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Should Women and Men Lean In Together?

Achieving gender equality in the workplace will happen more quickly and more effectively if both genders work to make it happen. That’s the idea behind #LeanInTogether, a new campaign from LeanIn.org, the women’s empowerment organization created by Sheryl Sandberg. The case for men and women working for equality in tandem was made in a March […]

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[Q&A] Cancer Workplace Expert Rebecca Nellis: Follow the Curves

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[Q&A] Cancer Workplace Expert Rebecca Nellis: Follow the Curves

Rebecca Nellis is the chief mission officer for Cancer and Careers in New York City. Since 2004 she has helped evolve the organization from early concept to national prominence. She now oversees all mission-driven initiatives, including the long-term strategy and growth of its many programs and services. As an expert on cancer workplace issues, she […]

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