Kill the Workplace Pettiness

By MaryEllen Tribby

Every workplace, unfortunately, has workplace pettiness – even virtual ones.

Pettiness is unavoidable whether it is minor or full-blown out of control. It affects small and large companies alike. Pettiness usually stems from feelings – feelings of being treated unfairly, favoritism, or just plain old insecurity.

And as an entrepreneur and or CEO this is […]

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All Day Style: Effortlessly Transition from Your Desk to Dinner

By Fiona Fine

Being a woman in charge in the workplace and having a vibrant life outside of work can be quite the juggling act at times. Between your responsibilities, expectations and meeting the needs of others, it’s no wonder that you sometimes forget to do things solely for you. Fashion and style in […]

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Prep Your Workspace

Today’s audio diary is called Prep Your Workspace.

Many of us work at our home. Some of us have offices in the home and some of us don’t. Some of us may have three kids in a four bedroom house or two kids in a two-bedroom house and so we work. We might have to work […]

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The Shocking Results – Don’t Be Next!

By MaryEllen Tribby

Even though it was two years ago, I can still remember the conversation like it was yesterday.

My friend, Janet, called me in hysterics the night of her company holiday party. Earlier that evening she was mingling with many co-workers. As the night went on, she found herself deep in a conversation with one […]

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