Women entrepreneurs could learn several valuable lessons from this fan-favorite “Game of Thrones” character and her journey.
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When Walmart announced it would phase out store “greeters,” it suffered a backlash. Barbara Weltman of Big Ideas For Small Business provides tips on how to improve leadership skills and the decision making process.
The embattled golfer won his fifth Masters, after years of struggling. His return to glory reminded us of several women entrepreneurs who overcame incredible odds and found success.
Chief among Ana Sortun’s leadership skills is the ability to embrace change. Here’s how she does it, at popular restaurants Oleana, Sofra and Sarma.
When it comes to leadership skills, entrepreneurs need to think about how they conduct themselves, personally and professionally, writes Barbara Weltman.
Felena Hanson launched her own co-working space Hera Hub in 2011. And then WeWork became a household name. But that’s been great for business, she says.
Amy Hagstrom Miller of Whole Woman’s Health says monumental setbacks are just a cost of doing business.
In honor of Women’s History Month, online styling site Stitch Fix is encouraging female employees to talk about workplace motivation on Twitter.
The next time you wear blue jeans or use a stir-fry pan, thank these women. Here’s a look at eight game-changers for Women’s History Month.
Entrepreneur and superstar Kim Kardashian West took to Twitter to decry fast fashion after a brand unveiled a knock-off of her 1998 Thierry Mugler dress. She’s not the only businesswoman standing against the practice.
Behind the world’s most popular football player is the super-successful wife whose career (and net worth) eclipses his.
The world-famous singer and businesswoman led her own tribute at the 2019 Grammy Awards. That doesn’t surprise us.
If you want to grow your business in a meaningful way, stop being a control freak and learn to delegate effectively, says Barbara Weltman.
The international tennis superstar and ultimate working mom has a message for her fellow women: You can’t wait for change to happen — you have to *make* it happen.