Attendees: What to Expect from the Virtual Pennsylvania Conference for Women

virtual PA CFW keynote slider featuring Viola Davis, Tara Westover, and Iyanla VanzantWe’re two weeks out from the first-ever Virtual Pennsylvania Conference for Women on November 11th, and we’re busy putting finishing touches on a program that will help you feel inspired, empowered, and connected!Keep an eye out for our emails over the next two weeks—they’ll contain important information about how to participate in this year’s conference, including your unique login.For now, here is an overview of what’s in store this year: (more…)

Diane von Furstenberg’s Take-Charge Tips for New Managers

Diane von FurstenbergAfter decades at the helm of the luxury lifestyle brand she founded and years at the head of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Diane von Furstenberg is used to leading. To her, it’s simply “having clarity and tracing a path.” Even so, she says that she’s not perfect at it. “My problem is that I find the good in everything and everyone, and I am an enabler—not great for a leader,” von Furstenberg says.  

Still, the fashion designer and icon, who recently entrusted a first-ever chief creative officer with the reins to her eponymous company so she could devote more time to women’s causes, knows a great deal about managing and inspiring people. Here, her advice on how to be an effective boss. Read More

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Three Things You Should Stop Doing on Social Media

Luvvie AjayiLast month, “I’m Judging You: The Do Better Manual,” a collection of essays by Luvvie Ajayi, ranked fifth on the “New York Times Best Sellers” list for paperback nonfiction. It was an extraordinary debut for the first-time author who is neither a famous singer-songwriter like Patti Smith (#9 that week) nor a high-profile journalist like David Brooks (#6). Ajayi, who writes humorously about anything from cosmetics to racist microaggressions, is also not an alumna of “The Daily Show” or “Saturday Night Live.” Read More

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The Power of Change—One Care Package at a Time

Gina ClarkBy Gina Clark, Chief Marketing Officer, AmerisourceBergen, and President of the AmerisourceBergen Foundation

Are you afraid of change? Change could be one of the reasons you’re attending the Conference for Women this year. You want to gain key insights from a variety of empowering and inspiring speakers and use that experience as a catalyst for positive change. Read More

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Four Things to Consider Before Making a Career Transition

Caroline DeMarcoBy Caroline R. De Marco, Vice President, Regional Accounts, Managed Markets & Government Affairs, GlaxoSmithKline

So, you think you’re ready for a career change? I’ve been there. I understand. I think changing careers can be a wonderful move and I know from experience that taking that leap of faith can change your life for the better. But before you jump, consider the following:
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Three Smart Things to Do—or Not Do—with Your Money

quinn-jane-bryant-200Let’s be clear from the get-go: “Women are not any better or worse than men at managing their finances,” says Jane Bryant Quinn, a personal finance expert and author of How to Make Your Money Last: The Indispensable Retirement Guide. “For example, it’s been reported that women are more conservative investors than men [so they, in effect, are preserving wealth rather than building it], but when you look at women who have actual investing experience, they are not more risk averse.”

Perhaps the only difference between the sexes is that women are more willing to read articles on how to do things better. Here, the three most common mistakes that people make. Read More

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