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Jessica L. Mazzeo and Emily Griesing: “Identify your areas of expertise”

Thrive Global

In addition to her role at the Firm, Jessica is co-founder of Bossible and GriesingMazzeo Leadership, a company that focuses on diversity and inclusion, bullying and bias elimination training. Also, your definition of Me Time might not be the same as someone else’s.

“Keep hold of who you are and what your passions are.” With Beau Henderson & Craig Hudson

Thrive Global

I played for the Sevens again and in the 2006 Commonwealth Games, but ultimately the virus was career-ending. Definitely my wife. As part of this, make sure you’re hiring for diversity of thought and background, to help mold your ideas and mirror your customers.

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Rising Star Drew Sidora: “Take one teach one! If each of us could help just one person achieve their dreams imagine the domino effect that could create”

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Drew is an American actress and singer known for her recurring role as Chantel in the Disney Channel Original Series That’s So Raven, also as Lucy Avila in the 2006 movie Step Up. We definitely feed off the energy of the crowd and it’s a joyful ride! Community Authority Magazine Wonde

How Lydia Liu of ETS tackles the extreme work life balance with Penny Bauder

Thrive Global

I moved to the United States in 2001 for graduate studies and earned my doctoral degree in educational measurement from University of California, Berkeley in 2006. We have a very dynamic, diverse, and productive team. Exercising definitely helps me concentrate and stay positive.

Linn Tagesson: “Starting a company is not glamorous”

Thrive Global

As a part of our series about powerful women, I had the pleasure of interviewing Linn Tagesson the Co-Founder and Chief Culture Officer of the Babyshop Group, a company that she founded with Marcus Tagesson in 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderStarting a company is not glamorous.

INTERVIEW: Philip Morris International’s Charles Bendotti on Emerging Contemporary Workplace Culture

HR Digest

While most corporate cultures are focused on engineering the most common goal of every business, some employers are repositioning their cultures to address social inequality as well as drive diversity & inclusion. Our journey to transform our business from a traditional cigarette manufacturer to a science and technology-driven company is one of the most dramatic pivots taken by a major multinational company in recent history, so by definition, it impacts our people deeply.