Written by Monique Honaman Tuesday, December 04 2012
What do you do in a crisis – when your already over-scheduled life is complicated by something like a divorce or illness? Successful businesswoman and author Monique Honaman says, “The question becomes, ‘What can we do to minimize the impact of all hell breaking loose at home when we are at work?’” Here she offers 3 strategies for keeping the balls in the air and your head in the game.
Written by Stephanie Proft Tuesday, November 06 2012
Women in leadership positions today are faced with the dichotomy of being well-liked or being well-respected. Laura Kray, a psychology professor at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, has produced a study that might indicate that this is not necessarily the case. Her research suggests that when it comes to negotiations, flirty women have the upper hand.
Written by Jan Turner Tuesday, October 09 2012
After a cost-benefit analysis, Betsey Stevenson – former chief economist for the U.S. Department of Labor – and fellow economist Justin Wolfers decided not to get married because of the math. The two have spent much of their careers evaluating “lovenomics,” and their findings might surprise you: Men are growing happier with their lives, while women are growing unhappier; and people with children are less happy than people without.
Written by Caroline Huftalen Tuesday, September 25 2012
One colleague making you crazy? Beverly Flaxington, best-selling author of “Understanding Other People: The Five Secrets of Human Behavior,” offers 5 things to consider when approaching that co-worker you’d like to clobber.
Written by Monique Honaman Tuesday, May 29 2012
Successful businesswoman Monique Honaman, author of the acclaimed “The High Road Has Less Traffic.” has lived through a divorce and brings all she has learned to help other women navigate the crisis with grace and savvy.