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  • Growth Rate Of Women In Business  By : Jim Brown
    The rate of growth for women in business has jumped dramatically over the last 15 years. This rate of growth might be because the women set goals that they wanted to reach by the time they were 40 and most of those goals were met ahead of schedule.
  • Why Aren't Women Making The Big Bucks?  By : Susan L Reid
    Women open businesses in the U.S. at twice the rate of men. There are some 10.4 million women-owned U.S. businesses. What's not talked about is that those businesses aren't doing all that well. According to The Women Presidents' Organization, 43% of all women-owned businesses have annual revenue of $10,000 or less. Why aren't women-owned businesses more successful? Often the barriers for women are self-imposed.
  • How to Retain Women in Your Organization, and Support Their Success  By : Kerrie Halmi
    There is still a significant under-representation of women in high levels of Corporate America. In order to be successful, companies need to recognize what they are doing with respect to women, where they’re succeeding and where they need to improve.
  • Oh yes, it's Ms. O!  By : mjb
    The article is about Oprah Winfrey, the first woman in history to own and produce her own talk show. She has made a huge impact on people today, especially among women. Oprah is also known for her bouts with weight gain, which has also become a regular topic on the program.
  • Ten Sensational Success Secrets For Women 40 yrs Plus  By : Danette Hibberd
    We already know how wonderful we are as fabulous women 40 years plus but it is time to regroup and remaster our goals for success. How do some women manage to get through their days with a smile on their face, a bounce in their step and not a ladder in their stocking or a wrinkle on their face?
  • Now Is a Great Time to Be a Woman Small Business Owner  By : Susan L Reid
    In the last 20 years, where women work, how women work, and what kinds of jobs women are seeking have changed. As more and more corporations have re-organized and downsized, as more children of Baby Boomer mothers are leaving home, and as more traditionally employed women are waking up to the fact that they want more out of life than just simply getting a paycheck, the world of small business ownership is exploding.
  • Women In Business Network  By : Jim Brown
    Women learn to improve their business skills by networking.
  • Career Training for Older Women  By : Susan West
    Women aged 45 to 60 seek career training options and are eager to know what is open to them. This article shares creative new ideas that can be very useful when older women are searching for new career and leadership training opportunities.
  • Women's Empowerment Tools  By : Susan West
    Women have natural talents and abilities that, when used to theirfullest, can empower their leadership for business and personal success. This article discusses some of those natural talents and gives examples of how women's empowerment tools can be used in effective ways to bring out their le
  • Some Facts About Women in Business  By : Ann Williamson
    If you think you can get special treatment today, because you are a woman in business, think again. The notion that because you are a woman gives you an edge is false. Below are some interesting facts about women in business that you may not know.
  • 21st Century Business Women  By : Ann Williamson
    Today more and more women are becoming successful business leaders. Whether they are a CEO for a major corporation or running their own home based business, today's businesswoman has come a long way.
  • It Doesn't Take A Man To Run A Business: Women Business Owners  By : Vadim Kirienko
    With more women opting for business-ownership, men can no longer consider themselves the "experts" in this vocation. In addition, it's something that should not require the use of gender selection in order to determine abilities, but should be based solely on skills.
  • Create Deliberate Relationships  By : Mary Foley
    Bodacious Career builders know that in today’s business world value lies in relationships. Everything is introduced, evaluated, negotiated, bought, sold, resolved, ended, and enjoyed based on relationships. Even with all this high-tech stuff, it’s still all about people.
  • Top 10 Women Entrepreneurs' Empowerment Tips  By : Ponn Sabra
    A Woman Entrepreneur's Top 10 Tips to an empowered business start-up and success.
  • Women Helping Women: Mentoring is Better Than The Yellow Pages  By : Nancy D. O'Reilly
    Women are natural mentors yet they often complain they can't find a mentor themselves. This article distinguishes between coaching and mentoring and suggests stretegies for finding a perfect mentor.
  • Embracing the Feminine in the Workplace  By : Randy Siegel
    Corporate cultures must blend the feminine with the masculine. Decisions must be made, but process must be respected. Connection must be as valued as much as competition.
  • Understanding Barriers To Women's Career Progression  By : Tony Jacowski
    In this article, we look at some of the reasons for women’s slower career progression, prevailing contributing social attitudes and what can be done to affect change.
  • Factors Affecting Stress Relief for Women  By : Abbas Abedi
    Important information on how modern day stress affects women in particular.
  • For Women Only - Taking a Personal “Time Out”  By : Charles Kassotis
    So often in our busy lives today, we forget about the importance of having a little time to ourselves. Many women find themselves pulled about on every side by demands from home, work, family...
  • Do Women Rule by Committee  By : Jaci Rae
    The Glass Ceiling in Corporate America can cause many tempers to fly.
  • 5 Breakthrough Talking Tips for Women in the Job Market!  By : Paul Megan
    EEI, a pioneer in alternative job search strategies, recommends that you dump the idea of interviewing in favor of establishing rapport and chemistry with an employer through a carefully scripted dialogue.
  • Job Search Tip for Women: Break the glass ceiling!  By : Paul Megan
    “If a woman is not heard, she’s going to be seen as passive and be marginalized. It’s critical that women feel recognized and valued.”

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