Attending one, two or three conferences a year can make a huge difference in an academic career. But while away, working professionals are paying a price—and not just with money. For someone with a family, conferences may mean a week of a spouse taking care of the kids and the dog, or a big expense for a nanny.
Hectic schedules, last minute client changes and unusual hours are common for event professionals. Add in the dynamic of family life and you may be left feeling frustrated and short on time. You are not alone! Many American families struggle with balancing work and family. These four simple steps can help.
As a woman, are you afraid of traveling alone? Wherever you may fall on the fear-of-traveling-alone spectrum, here are four ways to make the experience more fulfilling and less daunting.
How do you get women to mix and mingle without breaking a sweat? Working these icebreakers into your reception routines could keep even the most nervous guest from getting cold feet and help create meaningful connections that go beyond the event.
Women have made huge advances when it comes to entering the workforce, but there are still barriers to be overcome. The unfortunate truth is that some women still struggle with everything from pay gaps to sexual aggression.