Confidence, simply put, is believing in yourself. It influences the way others treat us and believe in us. It grants us the ability to make decisions based on what we know to be right, regardless of the opinions of others. Confident individuals are able to be more decisive, to learn from mistakes, to accept complements, … Continue reading About Speaking with Confidence
We are busy people. We have jobs, families, hobbies, pets--and at some point amidst it all we need to eat, sleep, and pay the bills. In a world that has become so career-centric, it is easy to believe that being stressed is synonymous with being successful. Such is not the case. As we make progress … Continue reading About Work/Life Balance
Oh. My. Goodness. Big news. I have a new favorite holiday, and I feel very disappointed that I have endured 25 years on this Earth without celebrating it. Jonathan Van Ness has taught me, by way of Instagram story, that today is International Self-Care Day. Halle-freaking-lujah. Enter this date as a recurring Event in your calendars, folks. … Continue reading About Self-Care & Stress Management
HR has the ability to propel feminism or to squash the movement. Recognizing the impact of Human Resources on gender equality, some changes have been made in the interest of progress. Job candidates in some states can no longer be asked about salary history, because that practice perpetuates unequal compensation. Many HR departments are upping … Continue reading About Feminism in the Workplace
I unearthed my passion to learn more about gender equality, leadership, and human resources all under the same lens in my final year of earning my BS in Business Administration. There are a thousand ways we can make an impact, but it all starts by realizing the issue. Stay tuned to explore more and find your voice! This is only the beginning.