In Wall Street's long history, many investors and companies have made successful investments that put them on the map (and made them hundreds of millions of dollars). But, despite their prolific returns, no one has a perfect investment...
Every company needs to think about how to develop its next generation of leaders. The key is to have practices, procedures and programs in place — it's not going to happen organically. "You need to have a very mindful and intentional program for recruiting and retaining...
Regan Hillyer writes: There are certain laws that all successful leaders follow, whether they are conscious of it or not. Over the years of working with incredibly successful people, I've found that to be successful at anything, you need to work on your internal beliefs...
As the Kansas City Business Journal approaches Mentoring Monday on April 3 — a nationwide event that helps working women connect and receive career advice — we thought about what it means to have a mentor. We had a lot of questions, so we compiled a panel of...
A good mentor who knows the organization well can be extremely valuable to you and your career. Here are three suggestions to help you find one.
Women are gaining ground in historically male-dominated fields—thanks in part to their interpersonal skills, new research has found. According to the Wall Street Journal, which cites a new working paper by three economists, certain high-paying occupations — including...
In March, we celebrate Women's History Month. A little-known aspect of women's history is the story of women and money. Fortunately, history lets us learn from the past. How many of these milestones in women's debt and financial history did you know?
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