Put Your Best Foot Forward

By Christine Michaud “When it rains and pours it opens doors that flood the floors we thought would always keep us

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A Brand of Your Own

By Hanan Awaad Your business is your busy-ness. Meaning, whether you choose to work for someone else, be your boss

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New beginnings or new endings?

By Safaa Nasser There comes a time, for us all, when one resolves to have a fresh start. One is

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Gender Diversity – It’s Time

By Cindy Tarasow “You’ve come a long way baby”, was the very popular tagline for a brand of cigarettes designed for

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Preparing Students and Jobseekers for Jobs

By Carol Simpson   I seem to have been asked a lot lately about how we can better prepare our students

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Welcome Eco-Fashionistas

By Hanan Awwad Many career women work in male-dominating environments . Sometimes they try to blend in hiding in strange looking

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No-Softies Animal Prints

By Hanan Awaad Every season, fashionistas around the world scan tens of magazines, newsletters, and websites to see what is

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Your Personalized Healthy Pregnancy Calendar

In her book When God Created Mothers, Erma Bombeck says that if she had her life to live over, she

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10 slow-cooker recipes tested in Corporita’s kitchen

Busy with all the roles you are playing inside and outside the house … cannot find the time or the

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Ask the Expert: Canadian Winter Getaways

An Interview with Derek of unchartedtraveller.com We are all travellers, but not all of us live life out of a

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Office Politics On Hot Tin Roof

Many career women experience the same feeling as Maggie when it comes to office politics. One of the most devastating strategies to attack a colleague or a team is the ‘Put-Down Game’. Marie G. McIntyre explains in her book, Secrets to Winning at Office Politics: How to Achieve Your Goals and Increase Your Influence at Work, that this game requires player(s) and target(s). Players employ sarcasm, criticism and hurtful remarks to put down their victim or target. By doing this, they feel good about themselves.

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The Implications of Commuting for a Career

Whether you are dropping kids to school, driving to the local superstore, going to your full-time or part-time job, commuting is an important activity we do as working women on daily basis. To understand more about the new trends in commuting and the implications of it on our lives, Corporita.com met with Maria Legault, M.E.S.

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Lessons on Self-Love

Personal well-being can be a crucial professional necessity for working women. As a university student and activist, stress has taken over my work on many occasions, and I started to realize that every successful woman needs to love herself in order to go far. Eye-opening learning happens when you least expect it, and this is what happened to me.

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