The Power of Change—One Care Package at a Time

By 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.

Four Things to Consider Before Making a Career Transition

By 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:

Three Smart Things to Do—or Not Do—with Your Money

Let’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 … [ more ]

In Praise of First Jobs

Even mindless first jobs can prove to be invaluable experiences. How else would some of us know how to carry six plates at a time or fold sweaters so neatly? On a more serious note, starter stints can teach useful lessons about people, ourselves and the nature of work. Check out what initiated some of our 2016 speakers into the world of gainful employment—and what they learned.

Free Teleclass | Make Your Next Move with Confidence

Make Your Next Move with Confidence Tuesday, October 25, 2016 1:00-1:30pm Eastern

Must-Have Career Advice from Nina Tassler, the Woman Who Helped CBS Become #1

Thirty years in the entertainment business, starting as a receptionist at a talent agency and ending last year as the chairman of the entertainment division at CBS, Nina Tassler is known for having great instincts and making spot-on decisions. After all, it was on her watch that CBS returned to being America’s most-watched network (for 12 out of the 13 years she was in charge). Tassler is also the TV … [ more ]

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