The Shriver Report – career

Special Edition

Why I Looked Forward to Going Back to Work After Baby
One of the most amazing things about being a mom is that it instantly connects you with billions of other women in the world regardless of ethnicity, religion, or demographics. You connect through the same shared experiences and problems. Though we all fall into the same “mom” role, what we choose to do with our time outside of being a mom is what differentiates us.  → Read More
How I Discovered My Passion & Started My Own Business
My Dad calls me Mrs. Magoo. I think it is because it may seem that I haphazardly plow through life full speed ahead and great things just happen to me. This may be the case and I know I’m very lucky but there is something to be said for following your passion and doing what you love. Good things can’t help but be attracted to you.  → Read More
5 Tips to Lead with Purpose and Poise
Recognized as one of the women Fortune 500 CEOs as well as one of the Most Powerful Business Women in the World, Indra Nooyi, CEO of PepsiCo, calls her leadership style “performance with purpose” and has shared five leadership lessons that are important for global leaders in the twenty-first century.  → Read More
Debunking 6 Myths Women Face in the Workplace
Let’s debunk the myths that still exist and replace them with the truth that celebrates the progress that women have made, and continue to make. In creating lives of success and significance, women are blazing new paths and becoming great role models for the women who follow them.  → Read More
Making The Most of Underemployment
When I found myself underemployed, I was determined to make the most of my position. Here’s what I did, and what you can do, too, if you find yourself underemployed but wanting more.  → Read More
Business Tips from Two Female Millennial Entrepreneurs
No matter how many rings you may have around the tree, starting a business is not easy. Learn some tricks-of-the-trade from two successful millennial women entrepreneurs.  → Read More
I've Been Thinking...
Maria Shriver’s Advice for College Graduates
My daughter, Katherine Schwarzenegger‘s second book, “I Just Graduated … Now What?” comes out April 1 and I couldn’t be more excited or proud. I wanted to share an excerpt of the advice I share in the book.  → Read More
How Managers Can Make Internships Valuable For Young Women
If you focus on bringing in interns to do grunt work, you’re doing it wrong. If you hire on the premise that they can single-handedly elevate your entire brand’s presence for free, you’re even more in the red here. Interns need a confident, responsible manager to guide these women along on their chosen career path. The manager is the root behind the internship and can really make all the difference when it comes to enriching this experience for everyone involved.  → Read More
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