A global perspective on best practices women everywhere can use Continue reading Leadership Strategies for Women
Have you ever made a mistake as a small business owner? Who hasn’t? If it’s any consolation, you’re definitely not alone. The 12 mistakes below are so common that every entrepreneur I know (including me!) has made at least one of them.
- Failing to plan
“When you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail,” as the saying goes. Without a business plan to guide your startup and growth, you’ll struggle to make decisions, get loans, or bring investors on board.
Continue reading 12 Mistakes All Small Business Owners Make (and How to Avoid Them)
The synergy leading up to the 2017 NAWRB Women and Small Business Real Estate Economic Summit is filling up our attendees list faster than you can say “Sold!” With an inside look at housing ecosystem developments, NAWRB’s expert panelists deliver actionable solutions with specialized forecasts. Continue reading Register for the 2017 NAWRB Women and Small Business Real Estate Economic Summit Today!
NAWRB is excited to launch the first and only earning recognition program for Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB) within the housing ecosystem. As we celebrate these diverse sectors and merge industries into one list, we are raising awareness of leading women-owned small businesses and helping form profitable collaborations to propel women’s economic growth. Continue reading Deadline July 4, 2017: NAWRB Top 50 Women-Owned Small Business Revenue Awards! (Find Your SBA NAICS Code)
A few months after Jeffrey Siminoff left his position as VP of diversity and inclusion at Twitter, the company has brought on Candi Castleberry Singleton to lead Twitter’s diversity efforts. Continue reading Twitter has a new VP of inclusion and diversity
Since 2014, the independent Los Angeles-based collective the Kilroys has sought to increase representation for female playwrights by publishing a list of new plays by women deemed worthy of production. This year, the group’s list has a more specific focus: female and transgender writers of color. Continue reading Los Angeles Collective Honors Plays by Women of Color
Despite the progress made by women in science, engineering, and medicine, a glance at most university directories or pharmaceutical executive committees tells a more complex story. Women in science are succeeding in fields that may not even be conscious of the gender imbalances.
Women’s wrestling might not seem like the most natural of subjects for producers Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch to (pardon the expression) tackle. The two writers, who’ve been friends for years dating back to their time on “Nurse Jackie,” were looking for another project to team up on. “We knew we wanted it to be female-focused, we wanted it to be a comedy, but we had no other insight beyond that,” says Flahive. Continue reading ‘GLOW’ Creators on Why They Wanted to Make a Series About Women’s Wrestling
CINCINNATI, OH – Dr. Nadine C. Wheat has one goal – to make better leaders.
Dr. Wheat, the new Union Institute & University Director of the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL), Bachelor of Science with a major in Organizational Leadership and Undergraduate Business programs, brings corporate and academic experience to the position.
Potential readers would be forgiven for not expecting Weike Wang’s new novel “Chemistry,” which is about a Ph.D. student who struggles with family pressure, relationship issues, and depression, to be funny. Continue reading Weike Wang Combines Humor, Science, and Depression in Debut Novel ‘Chemistry’