In Recognition of International Women's Day Our Leaders Share Why this Day Is Important
International Women’s Day shines a light on everyone’s talent. The day highlights the strengths and the ability that women have to lead us and help us be more successful. With more than 55% of our associate population comprised of women here at Alliance Data, we are recognizing this day not only for our female associates, but similarly for the 9,000 men who also make Alliance Data a best place to work.
HOUSTON, February 28, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Texas Diversity Magazine announces the 2018 Houston Power 50 award. The list recognizes women who are shaping the future of their industry with their insight and leadership. These women continue to excel in the workforce and are inspiring and influencing other women to do the same. The power 50 is a definitive list of female executives, influencers and achievers who impact, inspire and influence other women to do the same.
By Lauryn Williams, 4x Olympian and founder, Worth Winning
There are two common but differing opinions about millennials floating around society. The first is that our generation is lazy, and we feel “entitled.” The second is that we are going to change the world because we don’t settle for following in the set paths that have been established before us. As a millennial that has had to work hard on all levels, including being a 4x Olympian and entrepreneur, I have to say I agree with the second opinion. Millennials are different than previous generations, but that’s how we are going to set ourselves apart.
February 20, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Ideagen, where the world’s leading CEOs, corporations, NGOs, and public sector organizations convene to innovate and collaborate by introducing solutions to the world’s most vexing issues reveals their annual Global 100 Innovators List at the Microsoft Reactor in San Francisco.
Almost exactly five years ago I learned a leadership lesson I never wanted to learn. But as I look back on this anniversary and one that makes Valentine’s Day bittersweet, I appreciate that I grew personally and professionally in a way I might never have otherwise.
My husband died in January 2013. Steve had been diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer only eight months before. The news came as a shock to me, my then 24-year-old daughter, my stepchildren and our larger community of family and friends.