All around us, companies capitalise on our need for certainty.
What really separates successful sales leaders from the pack is not just their sales results, but their ability to self-promote.
Companies that embrace diversity tend to be more creative, more dynamic and, ultimately, more successful. Reproduced by permission of the International Journal of Sales Transformation. ©2016 journalofsalestransformation.com
Workers are being taught to examine their own prejudices in order to create fairer employment practices.
Historically, women have held roles in society as homemakers, caretakers, and other stereotypically “feminine” titles. Slowly but surely millennial women have been breaking free.
Creating Good Karma
Karma was in the headlines last year when the head of Microsoft, Satya Nadella, claimed that a woman should not ask for a rise but instead rely on “good karma”.
Karma is an effect brought about by a person’s actions, and understanding it could change the way you do business.
In a recent article published in The Atlantic, Claire Shipman and Katty Kay spoke of their belief that that there is a “confidence gap” between men and women.
For the younger generation of women in the workplace, there is no such thing as a confidence gap, argues Trang Chu.
Women Need To Step Forward
Confident people rise to the top but why do so many women lack the confidence gene and what can be done to encourage women to step forward and embrace senior leadership positions?
Ingrained beliefs – including doubts about our abilities – lead us to miss opportunities and so stop us from reaching the top.
How We Create Our Own
Many women who reach very senior positions often don’t conform to female norms.
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