Women In Leadership: Marissa Gagnon
For another edition of our “Women in Leadership” series, we interviewed Marissa Gagnon, the Team Resource Lead at Twisthink. Gagnon traces her career path, and she details some of the stereotypes that she is trying to change as she progresses in her career. She is an Act I, meaning that she is early-in-career. How long […]
Provocative Question: Would you accept a promotion without a raise? Why or why not?
You’ve earned a promotion! Hold up – it seems that you won’t gain a raise from this change. Do you take this promotion, or do you hold off until you get that raise? Or should you be asking for something else? My Career Matters group members stressed that compensation is not the sole factor when […]
Women in Leadership: Mackenzie Stephens
For the next edition of our “Women in Leadership” series, we interviewed Mackenzie Stephens, a Sustainability Marketing Communications Specialist at Herman Miller. Stephens shares some of her experiences, such as a student athlete in college and the importance of cheering on fellow women. She is an Act I of her career, meaning that she is […]
Women in Leadership: Kristen Holt
This is the second blog in a series we are calling Women in Leadership. The goal of this and future blogs are to introduce you to women in all stages of their career. To get a sneak peek into their insights and frustrations. Our hope is these interviews will provide you with a connection, an insight that […]
Women in Leadership: Kara Miyasato
Kara Miyasato, Sr. Manager, Marketing at Stryker Flex Financial This is the first blog in a series we are calling “Women in Leadership.” The goal of this and future blogs is to introduce you to women leaders in various stages of their career. We want to connect you to their story – to provide a […]
Women in Leadership Spotlight: Arlita Ibach
COFFEE CONNOISSEUR: ARLITA IBACH “Europe ruins everything” is something my brother says every time we stop at Starbucks for a grande cappuccino with whole milk and a double shot of espresso and a tall latte. Their wine is better than ours. Their bread is better than ours. Their coffee is better than ours. Europe even […]
Women in Leadership… the Tide is Shifting Regarding Gender Equality. But in Which Direction?
By: Janice Krupic, President & CEO, Paragon Leadership International Recently, my colleague shared that her daughter’s middle school was hosting a gender equality forum. My first internal reaction was, “Really? How sad”. Sad not because they were having the forum, but sad because in the year 2018 there is such a need for the conversation. […]