Feb 2014

“I find most “work-life balance” conversations challenging. For starters, there’s a distinctly gendered component to them—where women seem to be expected to worry more about balancing it all, and where “life” is code for domestic duties, rather than, you know, life in all its juicy, nourishing, celebratory glory.

But I find we also tend to get caught up in finding a single correct answer that works for everyone. And of course, the answer is different for everyone.

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Nov 2013

Marshall Goldsmith Library, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith

“No question, one of the best ways top executives can get their leaders to improve is to work on improving themselves. Leading by example can mean a lot more than leading by public-relations hype.”

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Nov 2013

Marshall Goldsmith Library, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith

“By understanding the dynamics of goal-setting and the challenges of goal achievement, you can better see why people often set great goals, then lose the motivation to achieve them. … People give up on goals for six reasons.”

 

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Oct 2013

Huffington Post, Dr. Peggy Drexler, October 5, 2013

“While the media and many women’s organizations focus on what is wrong with the lives of women executives (“When you’re a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”), a new generation of women leaders are focusing on what is right.”…

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Oct 2013

Business2Community.com, Mark Babbitt, October 5, 2013

“We could say that women invented work-life balance. We know it wasn’t a man. No way.”…

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Aug 2013

NYTimes.com, Scott Schieman, Aug 10, 2013 “WHY do women not have as many leadership roles in the workplace as men do?”

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Aug 2013

The Huffington Post, The Blog, Jaleh Bisharat, August 9, 2013“How often in our careers do we get to say “I love my job”? ….a new reality is emerging: Work is no longer a place.”

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Jan 2013

Forbes.com, Geri Stengel, January 23, 2013 “Size matters. At least it does when it comes to your network. The larger and more diverse it is, the more likely your business is to grow big…”…

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Jul 2012

Forbes.com, Geri Stengel, July 18, 2012 “Who you know does matter. To speed up business growth and avoid pitfalls that can stunt growth, you need multiple networks: those that provide support and those that provide connections…

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May 2012

Forbes.com, Geri Stengel, May, 23, 2012 “What do Robin Chase of Zipcar, Gail Goodman of Constant Contact ,and Linda Hall Keller of MinuteClinic have in common? They’re all women-led companies that have gone through Springboard programs.”

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Mar 2012

Inc.com, Geri Stengel, March 6, 2012

“Trying to keep up with a hectic work schedule and a growing family? Note to female entrepreneurs: Here’s how to start on a path to balance.”

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