The Power of Abundance Philosophy: Cultivating Possibilities in the Workplace

By Dr. Michelle A. Mitcham, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC, CFM

Why is a business or personal philosophy so important? Are you living your philosophy and walking the talk? Well, as you know, the way we think

Tips for Handling a Toxic Coworker

By Janecia Britt

At least once in their career, everyone experiences

Beauty in the Boardroom: We Need More Women In Leadership Roles

By Janecia Britt

America hit a milestone in 2016: The most female CEOs ever. According to CNN Money, there are now 27 women at the helm of America’s largest publicly traded companies. It’s a new record for women in business, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence. It’s also 22% more than last year, but women still have a long way to go.

Females make up half the national workforce, earn more college and graduate degrees than men, and by some estimates represent the largest single economic force in the world. But we still need to look at the big picture. It

Leaving a Character Legacy in Business

By Judy Micale
Today’s workforce is searching for a deeper meaning or purpose. Gone are the days of going to work and putting in hours to get a paycheck. People today want to know that what they are doing is making an impact, changing lives in some way. Creating an atmosphere of caring, giving back to others is not just a feel-good way to run a business today

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She Works Hard for the Money

9 to 5: Toxic Workplace Environments A comedy starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton, 9 to 5 illustrates an adverse work environment where they are subjected to sexist remarks and sexual harassment as well as denied promotions based on their gender. After kidnapping their boss, the women seize control of the company and […]

10 Ways to Have More Effective Meetings

Have you ever been sitting in a meeting wondering,