Category: Women and Minority Issues
Women business ownership is growing very fast. Vickie Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how far women business owners have come, but also what they must do to establish parity with men in the marketplace.
Why are women less likely to ask for what they’re worth? Vickie Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the challenges of women in the marketplace to be assertive, confident and financially valued.
U.S. women entrepreneurs mentor women from Afghanistan and Rwanda. Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to explain the mentoring part of the IEEW's work with women entrepreneurs from Afghanistan and Rwanda.
The IEEW continues to train women entrepreneurs from around the world. Terry Neese joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the 2013 schedule for the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women as it graduates another class of women entrepreneurs.
You can't do every job in your business. Lori Dvorak joins Jim Blasingame to explain that the greatest challenge in operating your business is realizing that you can't do every job yourself, plus how eWomenNetwork helps women network and grow their businesses.
Women aren't the only ones who can't "have it all." Vickie Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the lament by women that they can't "have it all" if they want to pursue a career, and whether anyone, man or woman, can accomplish that.
What's the difference between leaning in and leaning back? Vickie Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the difference between Cheryl Sandberg's leaning in strategy for the advancement of women, and Vickie's ideas on leaning back as mentors.
Why aren't women better mentors to other women? Vickie Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the differences between how men treat other men and women tread other women.
How much progress have women made as business owners? Andrew Sherman and Elizabeth Vazquez join Jim Blasingame to report that gender role stereotypes still exist - and not just in developing countries - and put into perspective the progress the US has made for women.
Why aren't more women doing business with big businesses? Andrew Sherman and Elizabeth Vazquez join Jim Blasingame to discuss vendor diversity and the role of women owned businesses in the supply chain.
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