Aloud Blog

July 25, 2014
From the 15 highest-paid women in America and shakeups at Condé Nast, to the evolution of SEO and the untold history of autocorrect, these are the best links of the week! Curated by Brittany Hennessy Many thanks to this week's contributors:...
July 24, 2014
NYWICI president Linda Descano, is president and CEO of Women & Co., a service of Citi that brings women relevant financial content across multiple online channels. Below, she shares important lessons learned in building a successful online...
July 18, 2014
From the life Eileen Ford and the end of "Marketing," to a new form of digital currency and the next frontier for Forbes, these are the best links of the week! Curated by Brittany Hennessy Many thanks to this week's contributors: Suzanne Cohen,...
July 17, 2014
For the third year in a row, women of color in the communications industry will convene for powerful networking and career building at ColorComm. The Confab convenes on Wednesday, Aug. 6 , through Friday, Aug. 8, at the Ritz Carlton Miami for what...
July 11, 2014
​From Glamour's new conference and gender equality in tech, to the 125th Anniversary of The Wall Street Journal and Twitter intern salaries, these are the best links of the week! Curated by Brittany Hennessy Many thanks to this week's contributors...
July 9, 2014
By Julie Livingston In today’s uber-connected world, just having an online presence doesn’t guarantee meaningful, business-worthy connections. A social media strategy must fundamentally connect with your business objectives, says Sarah Durham,...
July 4, 2014
From mending mentor relationships and the erasure of women in tech, to AP writing robots and shopping through Twitter, here are the best links of the week. Curated by Brittany Hennessy Many thanks to this week's contributors: Suzanne Cohen, ...
July 1, 2014
Kate White, former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan and author of the new suspense novel Eyes on You shares four juicy reads she'll be devouring from her beach chair this summer… just in time for you to consider before your 4th of July weekend. And...
July 1, 2014
By Susan Gessner Charismatic, competent, innovative, smart and strategic — these are just a few words that describe Eileen Roper Ast, a past president of New York Women in Communications. Eileen died in a car accident in Florida in May. Her son...
July 1, 2014
Kate White, former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan and author of a new book, Eyes on You, shares her tips for making a successful transition from one area of communications to another.  I know some people think I was probably crazy to leave my job...
June 27, 2014
​From Hillary Clinton's new image and Barbie leaning in, to charging for coffee dates and tech diversity reports, here are the best links of the week! Curated by Brittany Hennessy Many thanks to this week's contributors: Barbara Baez, Suzanne...
June 25, 2014
By Rodeena Stephens Summer is here, and employees are inclined to wear clothing — shorts, sheer tops, mini skirts — that may be inappropriate for the office. The result can be an increase in inappropriate behavior. “Every business should have, at...
June 25, 2014
Wise professionals and conservative dressers alike know that wearing a cute strapless dress with flip-flops does not say “professional employee.” But what crosses the line? Michele Obama made the sleeveless dress appropriate. But crop tops seen...
June 24, 2014
Women must hone their negotiation skills to achieve long-term success. However, a joint survey — sponsored by NYWICI and Marie Claire magazine on women’s attitudes toward workplace negotiation — underscores that acquiring negotiation skills is a...
June 23, 2014
From rebranding yourself with distinction and negotiating a salary, to resume coaching and using Linkedin to find your next job, the 11 tables and their facilitators had career advice for every woman of every age and at every stage of her career at...

Pages