Being a responsible consumer is something that I've always been passionate about. In an ideal world, if you could choose between two products that were equal in quality and price, you would almost always choose the product that aligns it's corporate social responsibility (CSR) to your values. This would entice brands to become more competitive … Continue reading At Sephora: 16 Cosmetic Companies That Save The World
The COVID-19 outbreak has businesses doing what they can to limit the spread of the virus. Phrases like "flatten the curve" are becoming an everyday phrase. The responsibility of "flattening the curve" has been passed on from workplaces to now employees who are now working from home. Some are excited to work from home - … Continue reading 8 Things You Need to Do When You Work From Home
Some of the most important learning I've done over the past few years is a principle of collaboration I had long believed in. Its significance was reinforced in an unforgettable fashion when I attended a course on negotiations taught by Peter D. Johnston, Managing Director, NAI Limited. I was part of a double-blind negotiation exercise … Continue reading When I Learned that Negotiation Isn’t About Winning
I met with Gerry Akkerman, Director of Business Technology Programs and Projects at TransLink. The top 3 areas that we focused on were core leadership values, sources of leadership inspiration, and advice to his younger self. Gerry AkkermanImage Source: LinkedIn Our interview began with Gerry explaining his career pathway. He said that he didn’t have … Continue reading Spotlight: Gerry Akkerman and Leadership
The three questions that you will - without a doubt - be asked in your MBA program interview are: Why an MBA? Why now? And why this school? My best advice, from experience, is to be completely honest. The worst answers you can give are the ones that you think the interviewer wants to hear. … Continue reading The 3 Questions in Every MBA Interview and How to Answer Them
Your hard work has paid off and you're now ready to take on your next career opportunity - congratulations! All that is left to do is to tie things up at your current gig. Every career girl should know that leaving an organization is an opportunity to demonstrate personal integrity. The way in which you … Continue reading How to Get a Job-Winning Reference
Chanel is one of the most successful, long-standing, and recognizable companies in the fashion industry. It was first established in 1909 by Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, and as of 2018, it has grown into a 10 billion-dollar company. The brand’s signature items throughout their history include the women's Chanel Suit, the Chanel No. 5 fragrance, and … Continue reading Four Modern Business Principles by Coco Chanel
In the spirit of being a high achiever, you haven't gotten around to using your vacation time. I'm here to tell you that you are not doing yourself a favour by sitting on that mound of hours. Using your vacation time is better for you than you think; not only for your workplace wellness and … Continue reading Taking Your Full Vacation Balance Is Better for You Than You Think
If you live in a big metro area, it's very possible that you measure your commute in more than just minutes. You have likely exhausted all of your music playlists and have heard the same traffic updates at least three times within the last 10 minutes. It's time to introduce your ears to something new: podcasts. Get started with three podcast suggestions specially curated for the emerging professional woman. Continue reading...
You are hunting for a lateral career move with greater opportunity for growth, or you're gearing up to apply for the next appropriate career milestone. All you need to know is how to prepare the perfect resume. This simple tactic may leave you asking yourself, "Why didn't I think of this sooner?" Continue reading...