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Today, on International Women’s Day, gain insights into what matters to female professionals and how you can help.

Can we “have it all” in terms of a successful career and a full life outside work? A majority of both women and men — 70 percent — say yes. Still, 50 percent say they cannot “have it all at the same time.”

That’s according to Accenture’s March 2013 global research study “Defining Success” that surveyed 4,100 professionals and is part of its 2013 celebration of International Women’s Day. The study explores how women define success, and how employers can address workplace and career issues.


 

Today, on International Women’s Day, gain insights into what matters to female professionals and how you can help.

Can we “have it all” in terms of a successful career and a full life outside work? A majority of both women and men — 70 percent — say yes. Still, 50 percent say they cannot “have it all at the same time.”

That’s according to Accenture’s March 2013 global research study “Defining Success” that surveyed 4,100 professionals and is part of its 2013 celebration of International Women’s Day. The study explores how women define success, and how employers can address workplace and career issues.


 

A leader’s vision and behavior drives culture.

One challenge in writing a column for a magazine is that I have to hit the keyboard three months in advance of publication. So, how can I be topical? Today is Dec. 12. If I knew what the world will be like March 1, I would be the richest man in the world.


 

A leader’s vision and behavior drives culture.

One challenge in writing a column for a magazine is that I have to hit the keyboard three months in advance of publication. So, how can I be topical? Today is Dec. 12. If I knew what the world will be like March 1, I would be the richest man in the world.


 

This Valentine's Day, consider these simple, practical tips to make your leaders more lovable.

Communication is at the core of the employee-supervisor relationship. Talent managers and leaders can help facilitate positive — if not loving — working relationships by building an honest, autonomous workplace culture. When employees feel appreciated, they are more engaged and productive, leading to better business results and a happier, healthier work environment.

With fictional managers in movies such as “Horrible Bosses” wreaking havoc on employees, it’s no wonder bosses sometimes have bad reputations. But contrary to all the negative hype, leaders may not be receiving the love they deserve.


 

This Valentine's Day, consider these simple, practical tips to make your leaders more lovable.

Communication is at the core of the employee-supervisor relationship. Talent managers and leaders can help facilitate positive — if not loving — working relationships by building an honest, autonomous workplace culture. When employees feel appreciated, they are more engaged and productive, leading to better business results and a happier, healthier work environment.

With fictional managers in movies such as “Horrible Bosses” wreaking havoc on employees, it’s no wonder bosses sometimes have bad reputations. But contrary to all the negative hype, leaders may not be receiving the love they deserve.