Being that I'm a LinkedIn Advisor, in addition to assisting with the online platform, I often provide insight on professionalism within the workplace.
A couple weeks ago, I received an invitation to take advantage of a trial membership of LinkedIn Premium for a month. Since my invitation expires on Thursday, I've decided that today would be a great time to sign up. While LinkedIn is a great network without all the bells and whistles, Premium is worth the … Continue reading Very Important Premium
I'm a firm believer in doing your best. If you're at work and you're being paid for it, go hard or go home. What I don't believe in is giving up your process to everyone. Your process, the one which has gotten you to a point that you are known as an expert in something, … Continue reading Hold On To Something
I hear from too many women I know that they don't hang out with other women because they're too catty. But, if you find the right group of like-minded queens, the sky is the limit. You cannot expect to overthrow a patriarchal society without working alongside other women. George Washington didn't win the Revolutionary War … Continue reading Stop The Cattiness
Success, curiosity, and walking are the topics of this week's key articles.
While I don’t believe in the words “always” or “never” in the year 2017, I do believe that LaRae Quy makes some great points in this article. And, fellas, there is a ton we can take from this piece as well. All around good reading but, ladies, this one’s for you.
In 2017, we all realize that we have implicit biases. It's human nature. As sophisticated as we claim to be, most of us can be very simple-minded. But, when making a decision, especially one as important as hiring and pay grades, a human resources professional and manager should be determined to be objective.