Leadership, Confusion – and Moses?

Although I would like to be a leader in my own life, I remain confused about many things. When I began to write this blog post, my mind floated over everything that happened at work and outside of the office this past week. At work, I manage (on a daily basis) everything from payroll, to…

The Power of the Network

When I was initially drafting this post, the first title that came into my head – The Power of the Network – also elicited a funny memory of the ‘I believe in the power of barking’ dog meme. Thankfully, there are some semi-legitimate analogies that I can draw between this image and my topic today,…

Female Bullying as Cultural Force

When I was much younger, I was fully exposed to the censure of female criticism. Female bullying – which often occurs with words rather than physical violence – can happen anywhere from grade school right through adulthood (these ideas have been extensively portrayed and popularized in movies like Mean Girls). Stereotypes about women are as…