93% of children in Detroit public schools are unable to read at grade-level We are living in an era of change: Detroit is a phoenix, rising from the ashes, and slowly returning to the thriving city it once was. Through contemporary restaurants, a new sports arena, and many people moving back into town, a shadow … More Helping Literacy in Detroit
Having a mentor to look up to and give you direction in your career is a vital part of being a new professional. But – what would happen if you had multiple mentors to look to for advice? According to Harvard Business Review, connecting with peers and mentors is more beneficial to your career than having … More Create Your Board of Mentors
When you’re new to a position, especially an entry-level one, you want to assist your team as much as possible. You take on things that may seem like menial tasks because you want to show your dedication and work ethic. As a newer employee, and a young one, taking these initiatives is a stand-out quality. … More Madam C.E.O., Get Me a Coffee
Have you ever been in a position where you have to not only lead a team, but also learn about your new company, all at the same time? Well, thanks to Paul Larue at Lead Change Group, there’s a 30-60-90 day plan laid out for you to better organize yourself in your new leadership position!
Are you scared that being assertive at work will be associated with being “bossy”? Or that you might lose respect and money if you’re perceived as “too assertive” in the office? Well, fear not – thanks to Jean Chatzky, contributor to Women@Forbes, here are 7 ways to sound, look, and feel more powerful at work – without … More How to be More Assertive at Work