I once met a man who was actually a banker/hairdresser. “I do banking for money,” he offered “and hairdressing for enjoyment." It left me thinking about our individual ‘backslashes’ and what would happen if we could one day explore another passion. For me, today is that day.
Yes, I Can Walk in These
In today’s post-9/11 world, we rarely get to see pilots anymore. Yet on those rare occasions when we can actually catch a glimpse, rarely are those pilots female, which is hardly a surprise, given that only about 4 percent of all licensed airline pilots are women.
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I just finished watching all three presidential debates and witnessed, firsthand, a unique version of what I could think of no other name for but a ‘moderator Oreo’ – two vanilla outside shells (Jim Lehrer, Bob Schieffer) with a rich, colorful middle (Candy Crowley).
Sometimes we need to take time to care for someone important in our lives, and Edelman's new U.S. Caregiver Policy helps realize that.
“Life, like a stool, has three legs,” Dan Edelman always offered: “work, family and community.”
On issues of women and business, a myriad of conferences and meeting invitations have the potential to swallow up our fat calendars so I pose the question, how important is it that women spend valuable time and mindshare thinking about well, the status of women?
Once in a while, I find an occasion to ‘blame it on the media.’ This is one of those occasions.
I remember precisely when it happened - the day I realized the symbolic connection (or lack thereof) between what a businesswomen wears on her feet and what she is thinking in her head.