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Q&A With Dr. Helen – What You Need To Know About Reference Checks |

Q&A With Dr. Helen – What You Need To Know About Reference Checks | Q1: In 2015 you wrote a blog article that asked if reference checks were worthwhile. The short answer was a definite yes.  Is this still true 3 years later despite the growing reliance on online job applications and electronic/social networking? A: In many respects, I believe that a reference from a previous employer is even more important and more relevant than ever because so much of the hiring process is…

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3 Step Plan for Finding Love After 50 – Prime Women

3 Step Plan for Finding Love After 50 – Prime Women Recently, I was working on a 1,000-piece puzzle with a gorgeous view of an Italian coastal community. (Stay with me, this does have to do with finding love and over 50 dating.) I chose the puzzle for two reasons. I love anything that has to do with water. And going to the coast of Italy is on my bucket list. (By the way, creating a bucket list, whether you…

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Female Leader, Dr Donna Odegaard AM, CEO Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia

Female Leader, Dr Donna Odegaard AM, CEO Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia Because of Her, We Can Ebook Female Leader, Dr Donna Odegaard said, “The way I’ve done business over the years has initially been about survival, being creative in product design and production, tapping into niche markets, loving what I do and nowadays focussing on social impact business.” You have been a businesswoman for over 48 years. Tell us about what you’ve learned about being successful in business. In the 1950s…

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Silent Auction Goes Online |Women In Consulting Blog

:: This year we’re introducing a new feature to the silent auction: online bidding! The catalog has also moved online. Bidding will open two-weeks before the gala. And, if you’re unable to attend the gala, you can still join us live that night for online bidding. Be a part of growing Women in Consulting for the next 20 years! We are seeking donations such as: Tickets to events and experiences (theater, museums, cooking lessons, excursions) Gift baskets, bottles of wine Gift certificates (for…

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Take The Lead » WeToo? Closing The Gender Divide in Harassment Awareness At Work

Take The Lead » WeToo? Closing The Gender Divide in Harassment Awareness At Work What progress have we made in the workplace on sexual harassment? One year into the explosion of the #MeToo movement and 12 years after it was founded by Tarana Burke, the impact on the international cultural consciousness suggests a closer look at how the stories, consequences and actions of survivors have impacted attitudes about sexual harassment in the workplace. At this milestone, it is important to…

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Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling

Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling By Cathie Ericson Being inquisitive and asking a lot of questions is one of the best ways to move ahead, whether you’re working with a partner or client, believes Shearman’s Cassandra Cuellar. In addition, she recommends that professionals always maintain a positive attitude, showing up and treating every day like a new day. “It’s a stressful job, and you have to recognize that your role is to find a way around issues, to…

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5 Industries that Have Been Radically Changed by Technology

Sponsored by Medly: Technology has grown leaps and bounds throughout the years. These days, we’re able to bank, communicate, and learn with ease. While technology has obviously impacted our day-to-day lives, it’s also made huge changes in many different industries. Here are five industries that have been radically changed by technology: 1. Healthcare The healthcare industry has changed leaps and bounds in the last few years. Technology is used for many different purposes including data consumption, improved communication, and increased…

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Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling

Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling By Cathie Ericson Being inquisitive and asking a lot of questions is one of the best ways to move ahead, whether you’re working with a partner or client, believes Shearman’s Cassandra Cuellar. In addition, she recommends that professionals always maintain a positive attitude, showing up and treating every day like a new day. “It’s a stressful job, and you have to recognize that your role is to find a way around issues, to…

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Female Leader, Cherissma Blackman, Tourism Manager Ngardu Cultural Heritage Tours

Female Leader, Cherissma Blackman, Tourism Manager Ngardu Cultural Heritage Tours Because of Her, We Can Ebook Female Leader, Cherissma Blackman said, “I would like to see more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people out on the Great Barrier Reef, showcasing this magnificent creation to the domestic and global communities. After all, we have been its caretaker for over 65,000 years.” You are building a cultural heritage tourism business to ensure the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander custodians…

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4 Weapons for Cold Weather Skin Care – Prime Women

4 Weapons for Cold Weather Skin Care – Prime Women It’s October! Mother Nature is tempting us with cooler weather and cozier nights. Fall is my favorite time of the year, but my skin might disagree! Because our skin slowly loses the ability  to produce sebum, it tends to need a bit of extra help keeping it moisturized when we are ramping up (down) into the cooler temps and windier days. Here are some skin care products to keep our…

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Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling

Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling By Cathie Ericson Being inquisitive and asking a lot of questions is one of the best ways to move ahead, whether you’re working with a partner or client, believes Shearman’s Cassandra Cuellar. In addition, she recommends that professionals always maintain a positive attitude, showing up and treating every day like a new day. “It’s a stressful job, and you have to recognize that your role is to find a way around issues, to…

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Silent Auction Goes Online |Women In Consulting Blog

:: This year we’re introducing a new feature to the silent auction: online bidding! The catalog has also moved online. Bidding will open two-weeks before the gala. And, if you’re unable to attend the gala, you can still join us live that night for online bidding. Be a part of growing Women in Consulting for the next 20 years! We are seeking donations such as: Tickets to events and experiences (theater, museums, cooking lessons, excursions) Gift baskets, bottles of wine Gift certificates (for…

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Female Leader, Nola Turner-Jensen, CEO & Founder Crackerjack Education

Female Leader, Nola Turner-Jensen, CEO & Founder Crackerjack Education Because of Her, We Can Ebook Female Leader, Nola Turner-Jensen said, “Our aim was to establish a ground-breaking Indigenous education site that supports all educators to become accomplished teachers of ancient Australia.” What drove you to change your existing early childhood education business and start Crackerjack Education as a digital platform? My name is Nola Turner-Jensen, I am a proud Wiradjuri mixed heritage Australian. Janelle Latcham and I started Crackerjack Education…

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Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling

Cassandra Cuellar, Associate at Shearman & Sterling By Cathie Ericson Being inquisitive and asking a lot of questions is one of the best ways to move ahead, whether you’re working with a partner or client, believes Shearman’s Cassandra Cuellar. In addition, she recommends that professionals always maintain a positive attitude, showing up and treating every day like a new day. “It’s a stressful job, and you have to recognize that your role is to find a way around issues, to…

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Finding a Bank Advisor: It’s All About Relationships – Mompreneurs®

Finding a Bank Advisor: It’s All About Relationships – Mompreneurs® Written by Debbie Dias, Branch Manager for National Bank of Canada As a Banker for over 20 years, a common concern for our small business clients is that it is overwhelming to find a good advisor. Many clients have a bank because we need one, but do not have an advisor. Banking is usually the aspect that small business advisors neglect, either due to lack of time or fear. It…

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The benefits of transparency are bigger than you can imagine, which is why transparency feels so hard

The benefits of transparency are bigger than you can imagine, which is why transparency feels so hard My son left. He’s in Boston now. My friend Lauren agreed to take care of him. “Until when?” I said. “Right now, just get him on the plane. He doesn’t have a cello and he doesn’t have a teacher and he just needs someone to help him. I can help him.” I want to believe I picked Boston because there is a teacher…

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