Succeeding in business isn’t simply about running a small company or snagging a big client or retailer. Rather, particularly for women, success has more to do with access to the tools and power of entrepreneurship, and one of the key parts of the access question centers on funds: who has them, how did they get them, and how are they used?
Being a woman in the world of business still has its pitfalls. Men are still making more money than women, and sometimes getting more accolades and more serious business than women are. That isn’t reason enough to keep motivated entrepreneurial women from going into business for themselves though.
Here are a few tips for the business-minded woman that is looking to startup their own business. It may not be worth it, and your first venture may even fail, but it’s worth it to spread your wings and be your own boss.
For most of us, our jobs are our livelihoods. And with the unpredictable job market, many feel lucky to even have a job. However, despite that, many people fall victim to the occasional workplace hurdle.
Sometimes the secret to success at work is a little bit of preparation and a lot of common sense. Here are tips on how you can proactively set yourself up for success in the workplace by avoiding any potential obstacles.
No company that makes a change in leadership takes the decision lightly. The top-down dynamic has a ripple effect that’s hard to measure, and most management shifts produce mixed results. Not so with TeleDirect, a business process outsourcing (BPO) leader. TeleDirect has many women to key positions in leadership roles, with positive results. We asked TeleDirect what specific aspects of their business changed for the better, and here’s what they had to say:
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