Daily Archives : August 1, 2016

The Meaning of Freedom

Evelyn Chatel freely admits she knows nothing about cars, although she’s been in the automobile sales industry for 34 years. “They all look kind of the same to me,” she said. “So I let the people who know about cars…

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When Men Make the Rules, Women Don’t Advance

When comparing male and female leadership, the dialogue is usually framed as men’s command-and-control style versus women’s team-building or consensus approach. Men reward results. Women prefer to develop consensus. “Women managers tend to have more of a desire to build…

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Make the Most of Your Child’s Ages and Stages

From crawling, walking, and babbling to the angst and rebellion of the tween and teen years, children constantly go through a predictable set of developmental stages in four domains: physical, cognitive, emotional, and social. “Along the way, any of these…

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Pediatric Hospice: Specialized Care Supports Both Children and Families

More than anything else, Caroline McCardell wants families with a terminally ill child to know there is tremendous support available to them—compassionate, expert care tailored to each family’s specific needs in a time of unspeakable stress and grief. “Pediatric hospice…

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Sure, that’s the title of a great song by Cyndi Lauper, but as you know, we women are doing more than just having a wild time out there. But you know, after working all week both inside and outside the…

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