What Worked in 2020?
Business owners and financial experts weigh in
Capital Region business owners say they’ve learned how to keep their personal and business finances on track during an economic crisis.
Three Steps to Kick-Start Startup Investment
These three steps can help your company reach the right investors.
The Power of Empathy
More companies are finding that more care brings more success
It’s not just a matter of altruism or having a heart: Empathy is innovation’s secret sauce.
Making a Dream Team
How to become a leader who wins hearts to maximize performance
These three steps can improve your leadership capabilities and help create the dream team that you have always wanted.
Own Your Messaging
How the pandemic and remote reporting have altered the way you should think of media calls
Journalists will tell the story with or without you, which means rejecting their calls or ignoring their deadlines puts you at peril of not having your side well represented.
Building a Better Board
How to take advantage of a new law to create better oversight and decisions
Here’s how experts say companies can strengthen corporate governance.
Rise and Shine
Women continue to change the face of U.S. politics, both locally and nationally
2020 will go down in history as a time when women made remarkable advances on the political scene.
A Future by Design
The inequities women still face are exacerbated by the pandemic, but there is opportunity for change
While the road to economic recovery, gender pay parity and equitable female representation may be long, there are things that employers and employees can do now to ensure a better future.
Women in the Capital Region are founding biotech companies with a global reach — but venture capital remains elusive
Women founders in the Capital Region are developing groundbreaking technology in biotech and ag-tech, emerging industries where territory is still uncharted.
Women in Leadership: Betty Yee
Our annual salute to extraordinary women who are shaping our future
Betty Yee is the second woman in California’s history to serve as state controller.