Women of HR

Scary Women on The Women of HR

July 10, 2012

Today the Women of HR site features my post about how powerful women are sometimes viewed as terrifying.   Go on over and check out Are You Scary at Work? Staying Connected to Your Power and let me know: do you find powerful women at work scary? And, if you know me personally – tell […]

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Are You Buying into These Career Myths?

March 29, 2012

Most of my ruminations on women and career tend to land over at the Women of HR site. This week, the site is wrapping up a great Women of HR Career Series. My post on the Four Myths of Self-Employment was featured last week. Following the myths theme, here’s a little “bonus track” to go […]

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Women of HR – Misconceptions of Self-Employment

March 22, 2012

The Women of HR site continues their series on careers this week. Today, it’s my turn with The 4 Myths of Self-Employment. Think you might want to hang out your shingle? Before you take the plunge, be sure you’re not working under these misconceptions.

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“6 Rules Women Must Break” Debuts at WofHR

December 16, 2011

One of my favorite multi-contributor sites is the Women of HR site, a collaborative effort of (you guessed it!) women in the human resources community who blog to share career advice with their readers. My colleagues at the Women of HR site occasionally write blog posts centered around a theme. The stories are then published […]

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Women of HR – Series on Annoying Little Lines

March 3, 2011

There’s a really great blog series going on this week at the Women of HR blog. Editor in Chief Lisa Rosendahl asked her contributors to comment on the notion that there are “annoying little lines” (and we’re not talking crow’s feet!) that women face in the workplace. Lisa wants to know: are there different “lines” […]

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The Women of HR blog

January 12, 2011

Today I have a blog post featured at the Women of HR site. It’s a multi-contributor site featuring mostly women and a few brave men in the Human Resources profession who share their stories about how their work and personal lives intersect.  It’s everything a good blog should be: funny, honest, compelling and occasionally inflammatory. […]

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