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4 Leadership Qualities to Strive For in 2021
If the Covid-19 pandemic has taught businesses anything, it’s the importance of resilient, purposeful leadership.
8 Perfect Books For Your Zoom Background
Make a statement with these books as your background, but also be sure to give them a read first.
3 Surprising Business Opportunities That Arose in a No-Good Year
We asked women entrepreneurs to tell us about silver linings in an otherwise miserable 2020.
In a Year That Was Totally Backwards, These 10 Women Pushed Us Forward
A year of firsts, a year of leadership, a year of overcoming grief and loss. A year of women in the headlines.
Remembering Those Who Served: 7 Companies Run By Female Veterans
This Veterans Day, celebrate the women who served our country. Here’s a list of female veterans who started their own businesses.
…Because There Aren’t Enough Towering Feminist Icons
The loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, six weeks before a critical election, carries a particular sting.
Why We’re Celebrating #100YearsOfPower
The Story Exchange is asking you to raise a hand with us during August to celebrate the power of voting and the power of your voice.
3 Best Practices for Hiring Remote Workers During Covid-19
The rules of hiring are being re-written. Here’s advice from HR professionals on how to find the best employees.
What Does Furlough Mean?
Our expert Deborah Sweeney provides this guide to understanding the furlough process for employers and employees.
How to Communicate With Your Remote Team
As some businesses opt to continue work-from-home policies, here are 4 lessons in leadership.
Want Customers to Know You’re Anti-Racist? You Have to Mean It, Expert Says
Communications professional Amber Williams tells us what brands must do when issuing statements on racism. (Hint: You can’t phone this one in.)
How to Break Promises to Your Staff … Legally and Compassionately
Whether you’re wondering how to reduce employees’ wages or eliminate certain perks, expert Barbara Weltman has answers.
‘2020 Can Still Be My Year.’ How Women Businesses Owners Are Managing Disappointment
Many entrepreneurs started the year with major plans for growth. They’ve had to adjust, writes Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.
4 Morning Routines to Set Yourself Up For Success
Expert Deborah Sweeney says these practices can make you more productive, more organized and better prepared for the day ahead.