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Career Advice to My Daughter

As a mother to a young daughter, I make an effort to live the present and to not miss any milestones as she grows. Having already realized how time flies when I’m with her, I sometimes wonder what her future holds and what wise advice I can give to put in her toolbox so she […]

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Women and Diversity May Offer a Solution to the Shortage of Engineers

As we celebrate National Engineers Week, it’s worth noting that engineers are the backbone of the undersized STEM workforce we hear so much about these days. So, when we talk about filling the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) talent pipeline, National Engineers Week is as good a time as any to address the need […]

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Why I Wish I Had A Mentor

By Jenn DeWall, Owner of Jenn DeWall Life & Career Coaching and CWCC Member When I graduated in 2005 I was a bright-eyed, ambitious, overachiever.  I was smart and driven, the two things that I thought mattered most for success in any career.  If I knew then what I know now I could have done things […]

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Delegation – Delegating the Task & the Authority

By Amy L Shoemaker, President and Owner of Amy L Shoemaker Partnerships, LLC and CWCC Member I have met some incredibly bright and talented leaders.  When the topic of “delegation” comes up, they grimace and comment that they need to get better at that! This is a 3 part blog on Delegation Tips for Success – […]

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Delegation – How to Effectively Delegate

By Amy L Shoemaker, President and Owner of Amy L Shoemaker Partnerships, LLC and CWCC Member I have met some incredibly bright and talented leaders.  When the topic of “delegation” comes up, they grimace and comment that they need to get better at that! This is a 3 part blog on Delegation Tips for Success – […]

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