Karen is a leading expert in career skill development for women in today’s business world.
With a background of a successful career as a senior business executive, Karen speaks, blogs and is the author of award-finalist career guide “Hot Tips for Career Chicks”.
Her career advice has been featured on the pages of major magazines and newspapers and her articles appear regularly in international publications.
Karen is establishing an online go-to resource for career development, management and planning. The practical tips and ideas are designed to provide solutions to career dilemmas as well as to inspire and encourage Career Chicks at www.careerchickchat.com.
Karen has developed a CODE for career success. The CODE provides a blueprint for individuals to follow to realize career aspirations and job satisfaction through an easy-to-implement framework.
A unique career guide for women. It explores the subtleties & nuances of workplace culture & the challenges that women face.
It provides must-know insights into how work works and over 200 practical and easy-to-implements tips to make it work for women.
Includes how to effectively communicate, negotiate to earn what your worth, plan your career, know when to move on & resolve conflicts.
Lollopy Goes Olympic
on Dec. 15, 2010
Vibrant illustrations, fun charachters and a healthy life message combine to make "Lolloy Goes Olympic" an excellent read-to or read-with children's book.
The illustrations work well with the storyline for not-yet readers and the language is engaging and easy-to-follow for young readers. And I always enjoy a happy, feel-good ending!
Boot Camp Fitness For All Shapes And Sizes certainly lives up to it's name. It's a no-nonsense guide that provides more than enough evidence to support that being healthy and the steps that need to be taken to get there are vital.
I really like the level of detail that is provided such as specific instructions on how to take your measurements so that you can track your progress and how to regularly test your improving fitness.
Weinstein also provides a great technique to deal with the creeping doubts that are so often enemies of attempts to lose weight and get fit.
And despite the 'boot camp' analogy Weinstein's program is aimed at all body types, sizes and levels of fitness and leaves the reader with the feeling that wherever you are starting from you can make progress.
Bob shares his thoughts and the views he has developed over his 60 years, alphabetically, from Accountability to Work, with Fun, Music and Laughter and another 55 wisdoms in between. As well as Bob's thoughts there is a famous quote on each topic that is a really nice set up for each of Bob's reflections on the chosen topic. You may not agree with his position on every topic but they do make you think. The stories that have shaped Bob's 'Wisdoms' are threaded throughout the book and make an entertaining read - that I know I'll go back to