It Pays to Ask

A young woman called me for advice as she was considering changing jobs. She received an offer from new organization and was very excited about the opportunity although this opportunity involved moving her family from NYC to Maryland. She did her homework and figured out exactly what salary she would need considering the cost of… Read More.

Moving From A ‘Doer’ To A Leader

Many of my clients and women I meet at my workshops are stuck in the trap of “doing” and this trap prevents them from advancing their careers. They are literally stuck. Perhaps you too can identify with being caught in the trap of doing your job, doing favors and work for others, and being the… Read More.

New Study Reveals Senior Executive Women Still Struggle With Self Promotion

Just because you’ve made it to the top doesn’t mean you can rest on your laurels. A new study released last week reveals that senior women executives still struggle with some of the career advancement challenges that women in middle management do. The research conducted in November 2013 by Barbara Annis and Associates in partnership… Read More.

Are Assumptions About You Sabotaging Your Career?

I am currently writing a book, Anatomy of a Blindside: The Ambitious Woman’s Essential Toolkit to Navigate Office Politics. As part of the research on the topic of women and office politics, I have conducted many interviews and these interviews offer valuable insights and lessons about the realities of the current work environment for women…. Read More.