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My Easy Formula for Work-Life Balance

My Easy Formula for Work-Life Balance

by Lyn Boyer — This week, I began thinking about how I spend my time. I want to enjoy being with my family, and I have goals and objectives I wan...
Not Sufficiently Charming

Not Sufficiently Charming

by Jennifer Gilhool - Gender Economics Lab — No matter how hard I try, I can’t shake the feeling that washed over me when I heard those words “no...
10 Ways to Get the Most From YOUR Coaching Partnership

10 Ways to Get the Most From YOUR Coaching Partnership

by Lyn Boyer — In my years as a career and leadership coach, I have seen individuals thrive, and I have watched as others put in the time but mad...
What Does Your Handshake Say About You?

What Does Your Handshake Say About You?

by Karina Santolin — A Firm Squeeze and Three Shakes…part of the recipe of your favourite drink?No, it is the Formula for the Perfect Handshake.One...
Two lessons on diversity from Smith College

Two lessons on diversity from Smith College

by Curt Rice — The “obvious” tension between diversity and quality leapt onto the front page this week through a debate at Smith College. And ju...
11 Advantages Women Leaders Must Maximize

11 Advantages Women Leaders Must Maximize

by Lyn Boyer —  A number of years ago, I told the principal of the high school where I taught that I wanted to become a school administrator. He no...
The Iron Lady: Life and Leadership

The Iron Lady: Life and Leadership

by Lyn Boyer — When Denis Thatcher asked Margaret Roberts to marry him, she made it very clear that she was a very different woman than most. She ...
Women in the boardroom. Where are we?

Women in the boardroom. Where are we?

by Darry Marengere — Gender equality on boards of directors remains an issue.On March 29, 2012 the federal government announced that as part of it...