Advancing Women in Business – Driving Forward through Challenging Times



https://www.business.rutgers.edu/center-women-business | The Rutgers Business School Center for Women in Business hosted a virtual event “Advancing Women in Business – Driving Forward through Challenging Times” on April 17, 2020. Professor Kristina Durante presented research showcasing how women can emerge as leaders during times of crisis management.

There was also an insightful and fun fireside chat between Lisa Kaplowitz, Rutgers assistant professor of professional practice of finance & economics and founder of the Center for Women in Business, and Michele Meyer-Shipp, Rutgers alumna and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at KPMG.

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Women in Business | Owning A Juice Plus+ Business



There’s no doubt women face many challenges when it comes to balancing work, life and everything else! Follow the journey of these four women and how Juice Plus+ has transformed their day-to-day.

“I was a total sceptic of network marketing. I was worried that I would judged about it. I thought that perhaps I would lose friends or I wouldn’t make a lot of money or I would lose a lot of money… But obviously all of that stuff didn’t happen”
~ Ange Simson

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Katrina Stark
Karina Low
Denise Whelan
Ange Simson

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Women in Business: Increase your influence in business meetings



Women in Business / We all want to have impact and use our influence in business meetings, don’t we? Yet, there’s one thing we often overlook and it’s that one thing that can dramatically increase or undermine our influence. Dear business lady, this is a sensitive subject but you should be aware of it in order to leverage your influence as a leader. It has a lot to do with the way you look. Let’s talk…

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4 reasons people don’t take you seriously

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Physio Cochrane Alberta

 

Physio Cochrane Alberta

Serving the physiotherapy needs of our Cochrane, Calgary and area communities. Sunshine Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation is a highly specialized team of physiotherapy professionals with extensive post graduate education that allows us to best deliver our physiotherapy and rehabilitation assessments/programs in 45-minute appointments. We offer the highest quality physiotherapy, acupuncture, C.Gunn IMS and sports rehabilitation services as well as massage therapy.

B.Sc.PT, B.Sc.P.E., M.C.P.A., Clinic Owner, Physical Therapist, Diploma in Sport Physical Therapy, Kinesiologist, Massage Therapist, Post Graduate Certificates in Orthopedics, Medical Acupuncture, GUNN IMS, Women’s Health, Core Teacher, International Federation of Sport Physical Therapy

Denise knew she wanted to be a physiotherapist since high school. She has been passionate about her career ever since.

She believes that the patient is best served through collaboration with sports medicine doctors, orthopedic surgeons, family doctors and other allied health providers.

She obtained her combined physical therapy/physical education degrees from the University of Saskatchewan in 1996/1997. Denise worked in Saskatoon and then in Calgary at the Lindsay Park/Talisman Centre where she treated recreational athletes, National athletes and Pro athletes. At Sunshine Physio she continues to treat this array of athletes.

Denise has also worked in the school setting with children with disabilities and paediatrics offering early intervention and treatment. She no longer goes into the school setting, however routinely treats babies for tortocollis (head shape deformities) and paediatric neuromuscular issues.

The majority of her early career was in the sports setting. This included working with local, National and International teams. The highlight of those experiences was traveling as the team physio for the Canadian Men’s Rugby Team to Ireland.

Denise has taken her levels and competency exams in Orthopaedics. She has passed the oral and written component of the Manual and Manipulative therapy (Part A) from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy.

Denise has been involved in pursuing a level of excellence for her dear patients. In 1996, she obtained her Advanced Massage Therapy, in 1997 achieved her Personal Fitness and Lifestyle consultant, and in 2010 received her Diploma in Sports Physical Therapy. The diploma in sport medicine is the highest level awarded. This takes years of studying, course work and hands on work. She obtained perfect marks: presently there are a little over 100 physiotherapists across Canada with this level of distinction. She maintains this distinguished designation with continued required course and field work.

Denise suffered from a persistent, nagging pain for a couple of years in her right ovary. She found tremendous relief from Traditional Chinese Medicine, so in 2000 went to the University of Alberta to receive that designation from the renowned Dr. Steven Aung. In 2007 she took further courses in the use of acupuncture needles and obtained GUNN IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation).

After the birth of two large babies (10 pounds each), Denise took a variety of courses in women’s health to treat pelvic floor weakness, incontinence and pain (2004 – 2014). She has taken numerous courses to help females stay active and prevent pelvic floor issues such as incontinence and prolapses. She has expanded that knowledge to help men as well who have issues with prostate cancer and pelvic floor pain (2014).

In 2010 Denise was in a massive head on collision on the highway where she suffered numerous injuries, including fracturing (breaking) her back, foot, numerous torn ligaments, and suffering a serious concussion. She loves treating chronic pain of the spine. She has successfully returned to an active lifestyle through excellent physio, sports medicine and yoga. She loves working with a multidisciplinary team like she had, to provide an appropriate solution to ongoing musculoskeletal problems, which may involve providing referral for prolotherapy evaluation/treatment, or interventional radiology procedures; as well as providing physiotherapy management before, during and after such procedures. As well, she firmly believes in an active home exercise program or coming to her numerous classes that she offers if more guidance is needed or to ensure doing the exercises in a safe manner.

She has developed a personal interest in treatment of concussions and has taken numerous courses in the evaluation and treatment of concussions over her entire career. As research and treatment has changed dramatically over the course of her career, she continues to take courses to stay on the leading edge of what is new to help her dear patients.

She shares her passion for physio, sports medicine, energy medicine and yoga at the clinic and through the numerous classes she offers. The Core Yoga classes are designed to bridge the gap between physio treatments and to return to an active, pain free lifestyle. She has been teaching classes on and off for over 30 years, changing and enhancing them as she develops as a student and teacher. See her yoga bio and class info for more information.

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The warm and captivating story of Duvet business | Women in Business



The warm and captivating story of Duvet business | Women in Business.

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Kenyan women own over 60.7% of all unlicensed businesses in the country | WOMEN IN BUSINESS



Kenyan women own over 60.7% of all unlicensed businesses in the country | WOMEN IN BUSINESS.

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African American Women in Business



Join us on OWN: Onyx Woman Network as African-American business owners share their experiences running a business and discuss they facing in sustaining their business. Host and Founder of OWN: Onyx Woman Network leads the discussion. See more videos at www.onyxwoman.com.

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Differences Between Men and Women In Business – Millennial Money with Kim Kiyosaki



Weak with money? Too ambitious? Risk-averse? Kim Kiyosaki tackles some of these differences between men and women in business and investing in this episode of Millennial Money.

Women vs. men in business and investing? Check out Kim’s latest blog post at http://bit.ly/2DYYNnB

Some of the differences between men and women in business that Kim and Alexandra discuss are…

1) The false perception that women are “too ambitious” (and what Kim believes is the truth)

2) Why women make amazing entrepreneurs and investors (contrary to popular belief)

3) The biggest obstacle that holds women back from crushing it in the business world (and how to overcome it)

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