I’ve moved this very popular and sentimental blog to my Medium account. You can read it here.
The past week has been tough. My parents left for a two month vacation to India (well deserved – it’s their 40th anniversary this year), but it’s wrecked havoc on our dual income family support system. I had a pre-planned business trip out to India, and my husband has been going through a busy period
They are just around the corner. Did you know that by 2020 generation Z will make up 20% of the workforce? Here are my predictions on how they’ll balance work and life (as published on SharpHeels). ————————————— Last month’s New York Times article, “Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace,” left a good
These tips are helpful if you’re at an internal startup too! 3 Ways to Drive Impact and Stay Efficient Congratulations on your new role! You’ve been brought in to a startup to fill a particular need, but no one is sure of where you should start, or what you should tackle first. However, don’t be
I’ve moved this story to my Medium blog!
So excited to share my latest post on Sharp Heels… “The Impact of Sponsorships“. Four Things Your Leadership Team Can Do to Improve Diversity (& It Doesn’t Involve Hiring Anyone!) Sponsorship is perhaps one of the most important things your executive team can do to develop a diverse leadership pipeline, and help retain diversity in
“You are not always in control of what goes into your mind, but only you can determine what stays there.” – Iyanla Vanzant One of the things I struggle with the most is to be able to focus on the moment I’m in. With so many things on our plates every day, and integration winning
Welcome to Have Kids, Will Work. I’m not new to the blogging world – I started my first blog back in 2005. (It’s probably time to take it down!) I never imagined MBA Cutie would shift her focus from the fun and antics of being young, single and ready to conquer the world — to figuring
84% of working mothers work out of financial necessity… that means that only 16% would still work even if they had the option of not working while maintaining a respectable lifestyle. Here are 3 Ways to Increase the Percentage of Women in Leadership.. Note: This article was first published on Sharp Heels. Full text of
I’ve been lucky to work in a number of jobs that have been focused on changing the world for the better but I haven’t loved every minute of every job that kept me away from my children during the day (or night, or even weekends for that matter). And, perhaps, this isn’t the most socially acceptable thing for