In the Age of Isolation
Sacramento State professor says lonely employees are hurting your business’ bottom line
Imagine your boss asking you these questions:
How often do you feel you have nobody to talk to?
How often do you feel shut out and excluded by others?
How often do you feel as if nobody really understands you?
10th Year on Tap
As the number of local breweries soared, so did the popularity of Sacramento Beer Week
Sacramento Beer Week, entering its 10th year, is one of the longest running regional craft beer celebrations in the country. As this year’s event prepares to kick off April 26, the statewide craft beer scene is stronger than ever. California is now home to more than 980 breweries, compared to fewer than 300 in 2012, according to statistics released by the California Craft Beer Association.
The 2-Step Process to Conduct a Personal Brand Audit
Many of us can easily identify the corporate brands of companies we’re familiar with even if we aren’t loyal consumers of their products. The fruit-shaped Apple and swoosh Nike logos are so well-recognized they’ve become iconic. Businesses know the importance of establishing a clear brand identity to set themselves apart in the marketplace.
Dilemma of the Month: Cutting Employee Pay
How to cut labor cost during tough times.
Buzzwords: Lean In
To grab opportunities without hesitation
In 2013, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg wrote, “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead,” a manifesto directing women to take charge of their careers.
Here’s How We Can Carve a Path for Female Leaders
Here’s how your organization can encourage greater diversity in the C-suite.
Sexism Is Not Extinct: What It Looks Like and How to Respond
Overt sexism still happens in the workplace, and male colleagues can help combat it.
Women in Leadership: Angela DePaoli, Bargas Environmental Consulting
As part of our 2019 salute to women in leadership, we feature seven of the Capital Region’s most relevant and successful women leaders — here’s one of them.
For Women Seeking Corporate Board Positions, It’s Still an Uphill Climb
A new California law is forcing publicly-traded for-profit businesses to get women on their boards. Yet getting tapped for a directorship is no easy feat.
We Need To Think of Diversity Not As Pushing Forward, But As Lifting Up
Some studies suggest women have better track records in finance, including investing in the stock market and managing hedge funds. Corporations who put us on their boards perform better. Perhaps it’s not entirely surprising for some, particularly from older generations, to wonder what the rest of us are still going on about.