Women In Business & Industry



Follow Us

Find us on FacebookFind us on LinkedInFollow us on TwitterSubscribe to our NewsletterAdd our RSS Feed

Font Size

Change Font Size

“Real-World” Advice for Generation Text

Generation Text13 Workplace Communication Tips Today's Young People Need to Know

Texting- and social media-obsessed Millennials aren’t always prepared to navigate the business world, which primarily “runs” on email and face-to-face communication. Here, author Ben Carpenter shares 13 dos and don’ts to help them communicate productively in the big leagues.


Advice to Women Starting Businesses: Think Bigger, Smarter, Faster


Alexa von Tobel heads LearnVest, a start-up providing financial advice and is determined to see her fledgling company grow, a New York Times article reports. Ms. von Tobel hopes that her company can develop to such an extent that it can be an affordable financial advisor for the masses. She has ambitious plans for her company, as do many women entrepreneurs stepping out to start their own businesses. According to The State of...


GPS Your Career

Navigating Your Career Path3 Ways To Enhance Your Leadership Trajectory

We all know how important it is to navigate and manage our own careers. However, it’s not always easy to know what to do or even when the best timing is to do it. Personal circumstances, boss’s opinions of us, and corporate restructurings all play a pivotal part in impacting the success of our leadership and career trajectory. Our tolerance for these external factors and how they impact our lives varies from time to time, but ultimately I believe we are the only ones who know what’s best; even if we have moments of being unsure of what move to make next.


7 Ways to Supernetwork Your Way to Success

Power Relationships: 26 Irrefutable Laws for Building Extraordinary RelationshipsIn most careers there are 20-25 relationships that truly matter, says Andrew Sobel.  Knowing how to segment these contacts out from the others makes all the difference.  He explains how to recognize and cultivate your “critical few”— and how to handle the rest.

Hoboken, NJ (March 2014)—During your career you’ve heard or read lots of advice on networking. And chances are you’ve picked up a subtle, underlying message: More is better. Why else would you have left the last conference you attended with a briefcase full of business cards? Oh, you haven’t reached out to any of those folks yet (or they to you), but you “networked” and that’s what matters. And your online networking efforts are even more fruitful—you’ve got hundreds of LinkedIn connections just waiting to be cultivated.

Andrew Sobel says this superficial view of networking just doesn’t, well, work.


Add Your Voice

Submit an article to our online magazine and website.

Add your event to our Job Fair Calendar

Upload a job posting to our Career Search Engine

Find Jobs

The companies seen here are specifically hiring people with your talents, background, and skills.

Check out our job postings and list of participating employers to find your perfect career today.

Become a Partner

If you'd like to advertise with Women In Business & Industry, and to learn more about the benefits of equal opportunity recruiting, visit EqualityMagazines.com

Our Diversity Family