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November 26, 2019

Companies looking to retain top talent can no longer rest on the laurels of a culture defined by Employee Happy Hours and office Ping Pong tournaments.  To attract the best of the best and keep them, corporations must embrace the foundational change in the way millenni...

Bravo to Jennifer DeSilva, President at Berlin Cameron, for validating what so many of us may already know, but are not saying nearly enough: Women Supporting Women is GOOD BUSINESS.  YES, it promotes community among women.  YES, it helps level the playing field for wo...

Joanne Lipman's article, written in HBR, offers some great insights into how Corporate America is beginning to support and even recruit parents looking to return to the workforce.  However, as she writes "While an encouraging start, these programs aren’t a cure-all."...

When the Harvard Business Review publishes an article about how companies can best support nursing mothers, Corporate America needs to take the cue and step up. Not only do these laws provide meaningful support to new mothers but is an opportunity for employers to rein...

April 6, 2019

On the quest for equality in the workplace, one major imbalance is women in "C-Suite" positions.  

Sally Blount identifies three "Pivot Points" in women's careers and the unique internal and external stressors that may impede career advancement. How do we face...

Whatever is holding you back in life, the root is always the same: FEAR. It is the underlying pain point for all of my clients.  Fear of sacrificing personal ambition for parenthood. Fear of judgement from others.  Fear of FAILURE..as a parent, as a leader, as a profes...

March 15, 2019

During this month of celebrating inspiring, amazing, kick ass women, two stories resinated with me more than any other. Both women followed their ambition instead of feeding into female stereotypes and triumphed.  WELL DONE.


The first, announced last night on Brav...

The below article from HBR asserts, the longer a woman's maternity leave, the greater the perception that she does not value ambition.  BUT THIS DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THE CASE...corporate initiatives like "Stay in Touch" programs, coaching and support befor...

The Motherhood Penalty: Why We're Losing Our Best Talent To Caregiving

When women in the workplace talk about their children, they’re often seen as distracted. When men talk about their children, they’re viewed as caring dads. New research supports that the “motherhood...

While women understand the concept of "Lean In", a new challenge facing us is The Maternal Wall, "its hard, cold and nearly impenetrable.  In our quest for gender parity are we expected to just give up?" NO.


The missing link to our success is corporate coaching, s...

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