Raising capital can be especially tough for women founders. Ease the pain with 4 key insights from an entrepreneur turned investor.
A personal loan is not the best source of business financing, but it can be a quick source of relief for a startup's financial needs. Here's how.
In this anonymous op-ed, the author calls Target's recent "Business Partner Update" from Mark Tritton the "cowardice and bluster of a corporate titan."
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A look at various researchers' works demonstrates that, as creative leaders, we need to find our own path forward.
How a company, a foundation, and a prison are disrupting both the employment market and the corrections system — revolutionizing business, the bottom line, and countless lives
Fear is a sign to start communicating corporate values. Here's how.
How did Heather Fleming turn her love for her heritage into a full social enterprise?
This five-step Social Innovation Ladder is a new, more holistic framework for evaluating readiness for scale and establishing strategies to scale social enterprises.
In order to create strategic, long-lasting positive change in and from your business, you need to cultivate these four concrete practices.
What do you do when a new hire notifies you that she has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and will not be joining your company?
For conscious business owners, the challenges of the "air sandwich" are most likely competing priorities, head trash, and no realistic plan. Let’s talk about each in order.
You don't need a huge network to accomplish your business goals; you just need an impactful one.
Providing true value to your industry through advocacy and education is more powerful than any sales pitch.
The more women know about their history, their social conditioning, their varying degrees of power and privilege, and their biases, the better equipped they are to stand in solidarity with each other.