Written by Julie Savitt Wednesday, June 19 2013
“A professor in college told the class that, ‘Life is a series of constant changes those that can deal with change will cope and those that can't will find life difficult,’” says Julie Savitt, founder and CEO of Chicago’s AMS Earth Movers, Inc. and 2013 Chicago POW Award honoree. Here, this inspiring entrepreneur shares advice that has helped her persevere and what she’s learned along the way.
Written by Womenetics Tuesday, May 14 2013
Want to ensure that your employees are as passionate about your company's success as you are? Serial entrepreneur Karen Robinson Cope, 2013 Atlanta POW! Award honoree and SVP at NanoLumens, advises to follow her lead and allow each employee to own a piece of the company.
Written by Monique Honaman Tuesday, March 19 2013
Did you know that a recent survey revealed that companies know within the first 90 seconds of an interview if they will hire the candidate? If that's true, then what could be more critical than a great first impression? Here, Monique Honaman, founding partner of Atlanta’s ISHR Group, shares smart advice and wants to know what’s working for you.
Written by Ashley Wilson Tuesday, February 12 2013
San Francisco’s Amy Buckner Chowdhry, CEO of AnswerLab, says that building a successful business has as much to do with employee happiness as client services. With her company on the 2012 Top 25 Best Places to Work in the U.S by the Great Place to Work Institute and Fortune Magazine, Buckner Chowdry is eager to share her four key facets to employee happiness and how a happy employee can impact the bottom line.
Tuesday, December 18 2012
Got fear? In business fear can derail a project or even a career. Here, four successful women offer strategies about dealing with fear in an economic downturn, when to keep your quaking to yourself and when to use it as a motivator. One woman shares a story of how she responded when a $250,000 loan was suddenly called in, and she didn’t have the funds to repay it.