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Two years ago or more, employers stopped asking for soft skills on job ads and started asking for influential skills.
Do you prefer to work with men?
Are you having a tough time with a woman at work?
Most leaders develop the confidence and intuition to make crucial decisions over extended periods of time.
Whether you are just starting your career in the payments or simply need a brush up on your understanding of the processing ecosystem, Payments 101 is sure to deliver on valuable information for navigating the electronic pay
This Lunch and Learn style webinar gives information about innovators and disruptors in the financial industry who are trying to solve some of the most pressing problems facing large number of the global population who
Christina Bui, Kranz & Associates, and Nicole Stiles, How Women Lead, present an informative discussion on the benefits of serving on a corporate board. In this webinar, you will learn how to:
Gender bias and discrimination in the workplace has serious consequences; we are increasingly exposed to its pervasive and negative impact on both people and business.
In 2019, a prominent client came to Elizabeth and asked her to write this presentation. We all have bad days at work and are under stress.
Elizabeth's talk discusses the five phrases that women unknowingly use in the office that immediately discredits them, and can even tarnish their perception, causing them to be overlooked for a promotion.
This presentation boldly addresses the reasons why women are often overlooked for a promotion in male-dominated industries and gives practical suggestions on how to overcome bias.