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Robin Madell contributes frequently to the national dialogue on business, management, leadership development and career advancement issues, serving as a contributing writer to a wide range of publications, websites, and blogs.

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U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT

How to Create an Extra Hour at Work to Think Each Day

December 27, 2016
Sometimes it’s important to prioritize big-picture reflection over simple daily tasks.

What’s More Stressful Than a Root Canal? Finding a Job

December 12, 2016
Try these job-search and interview tips that can help make looking for work less overwhelming.

How to De-Stress at Work Without Losing Your Job

November 28, 2016
Steps you can take to relax without disconnecting entirely from work.

Why You Might Want to Quit—Even If You Don’t Hate Your Job

November 3, 2016
Seven reasons to consider moving on to bigger things.

The 5 Best Questions to Ask in an Interview

October 31, 2016
What you ask your interviewer makes a big difference.

Would You Hire Yourself for the Job That You Want?

October 17, 2016
These may be the reasons your job search didn’t yield the desired result.

How to Tell If You’re Underpaid

October 3, 2016
Read on to find out if your salary is lower than it should be.

4 Things to Ask Before Accepting a Job Offer

September 19, 2016
Consider these important aspects of company culture before your next big career move.

The 3 Most Important Things to Include on Your Resume

September 5, 2016
Revise your resume to reflect what’s most important to recruiters and employers today.

How to Avoid the Job Search Black Hole

August 22, 2016
Consider these strategies to get your resume into the right hands.

Getting a Job When You Already Have One

May 2, 2016
Know the best practices for job hunting while working.

Getting the Most Out of LinkedIn During a Job Search

April 18, 2016
Taking a strategic approach to LinkedIn may help you land your next job.

5 Morning Rituals to Supercharge Your Workday

April 4, 2016
These strategies can boost productivity and reduce workplace frustrations.

5 Things You Should Never Say During a Phone Interview

March 21, 2016
Employers may use phone screens to weed out applicants before inviting them into the office.

Here’s Exactly What Hiring Managers Look for in a Resume 

March 7, 2016
Employers want to see certain keywords, metrics, and your motivation in your resume.

Here’s How to Survive Working for a Toxic Boss

February 22, 2016
Bosses who tend to bully and micromanage can make your workplace a living nightmare.

4 Signs That You Are Ready to Quit Your Job

February 8, 2016
Feeling overworked, stressed out, or bored may be hints that it’s time to find a new job.

4 Strategies Job Seekers Should Prioritize in 2016

January 25, 2016
Changing technologies and new competition may affect how you find your next job.

10 Simple Resolutions That Will Boost Your Career in 2016

January 11, 2016
This year, resolve to reign in your social media use, manage your time wisely, and negotiate salary.

Banish These 5 Toxic Thoughts at Work

December 30, 2015
Everyone makes mistakes, so don’t be too hard on yourself when you make a few small errors at the office.

5 Signs Your Boss or Co-Worker Is an Office Bully

December 14, 2015
When does a supervisor or colleague’s behavior cross the line from annoying to potentially illegal?

Why You’ll Never Feel Caught Up at Work—And What to Do About It

December 7, 2015
One study found that up to three-quarters of employees are dealing with overwhelmed employees.

Is Your Facebook Use at Work Hurting Your Career?

November 16, 2015
Here are four signs you should unhook from this addictive site while you’re on the clock.

4 Interview Tips for Veterans

November 9, 2015
Military veterans can improve their chances of getting hired with these strategies.

What to Do When Your Boss Is Half Your Age

October 20, 2015
Four ways to ease the awkwardness of this reporting relationship.

The 5 Biggest Time-Sucks at Work

October 5, 2015
Get more done by avoiding these common time wasters.

What’s Worse for Your Career: Boredom or Stress?

September 21, 2015
Tips to combat both, so you can achieve workplace equilibrium.

How Successful People Beat Stress

September 8, 2015
Five expert-approved strategies to knock out work stress, boost energy, and become a top performer.

7 Daily Habits That Can Make You More Successful at Work

August 17, 2015
The right workplace rituals can make all the difference in your career.

Netflix Provides Breakthrough for Working Parents in America

August 11, 2015
How and why companies are changing their parental leave policies.

5 Things to Immediately Stop Doing at Work

July 27, 2015
These actions are sabotaging your career and workplace happiness.

6 Career Missteps You’ll Live to Regret

July 14, 2015
These poor decisions will have lasting effects.

The 4 Most Powerful Salary Negotiation Tactics

June 29, 2015
How to ask for more money—and actually get it.

The 3 Biggest Social Media Snafus That Can Cost You the Job

June 15, 2015
These faux pas may get you fired or prevent you from being hired.

The Top 5 Most Embarrassing Errors to Avoid in Your Job Interview

June 2, 2015
These mistakes can cost you your job.

5 Things Never to Reveal About Yourself at Work

May 18, 2015
How oversharing with coworkers can hurt your career.

6 Career Mistakes Even Smart People Make

May 4, 2015
These missteps are all too common among top employees.

The Most Toxic Types of People to Avoid at Work

April 20, 2015
How to deal with complainers, gossipers, and bullies.

What Not to Tweet in a Job Search

April 6, 2015
One wrong tweet can tank your career.

Overcome Fears to Do Better at Work

March 23, 2015
The five secrets to conquering doubt and achieving your full potential.

How to Solve Your Work-Life Imbalance

March 3, 2015
Three ways to find a semblance of sanity in a ‘lean-in’ world.

How to Get More Done in the Morning

February 17, 2015
Easy-to-implement strategies to help employees become more productive before lunch.

Why Busier Isn’t Better

February 3, 2015
Five lessons on finding the happy medium between ‘maxed out’ and your ‘sweet spot.’

Top 5 Interviewing Tips for Experienced Employees

January 20, 2015
How senior professionals can show their worth.

5 Ways to Stress Less at Work

January 6, 2015
How to be more mindful and calm throughout the day.

4 Ways to Find Work-Life Balance During the Holidays

December 23, 2014
How to juggle family, friends, and work during this hectic season.

Should We Rethink the Concept of Work-Life Balance?

December 9, 2014
Expert tips for integrating your professional, family, and social lives.

When Is It OK to Quit Your Job Without Another Lined Up?

November 25, 2014
In most cases, it’s important to have an offer elsewhere before quitting. But it’s OK to leave without another gig in the works if you plan to start your own business.

One Word That Can Change Your Work Life

November 11, 2014
Build team cohesion by shining a positive light on others you work with.

The Top 5 Myths About Leadership

October 28, 2014
Don’t believe these misconceptions about what it takes to be a great leader.

5 Habits That Boost Your Workplace Effectiveness

October 14, 2014
These expert tips seem counterintuitive, but they’re essential for on-the-job success.

The 3 Biggest Workplace Mistakes

September 30, 2014
Succumbing to gossip or misjudging office politics can taint your reputation and even cost you your job.

6 Signs You Have Too Much on Your Plate

September 16, 2014
Overworked? Here’s how to speak up so you don’t burn out.

10 Ways That Twitter Can Help (or Hurt) Your Business

September 3, 2014
Social media experts weigh in on the do’s and don’ts of tweeting.

The 7-Step Interview Playbook

August 19, 2014
Here’s what to do before, during, and after the interview to come out a winner.

5 Interview Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

August 5, 2014
There’s no time for amateur hour when your career is at stake.

The Best Time to Ace Work-Life Balance? On Vacation

July 22, 2014
Tips for having the best, most restful vacation possible.

Three Workplace Issues Where the U.S. Trails the Rest of the Globe

July 8, 2014
The White House Summit on Working Families raised niggling questions for parents working outside the home.

What New Grads Should Know Before Accepting That First Job Offer

June 24, 2014
There are a number of red flags to look for before accepting a position.

Networking 101 for New Grads

June 10, 2014
Networking can feel intimidating—but it’s an effective kick-start for a graduate’s career.

Learning to Manage Yourself and Not Your Time

May 27, 2014
It’s time to shift your perspective on your to-do list.

Arianna Huffington’s Tips on How to Feel Better and Get More Done

May 13, 2014
The ‘Thrive’ author reveals how to slow down to become more productive.

Avoid Accepting a Job That’s a Bad Fit

April 29, 2014
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe won’t cut it. Here’s how to intelligently find and choose a job that fits.

Thriving or Surviving? Work-life Balance Tips From Arianna Huffington

April 15, 2014
Arianna Huffington shares tips from her new book, “Thrive,” for keeping balanced and centered.

Have You Outgrown Your Job?

April 1, 2014
These six emotions are your warning signs.

How to Answer the 5 Toughest Job Interview Questions

March 18, 2014
Prepare for these common, but daunting, interview questions.

5 Steps to Enhance Your Online Job Search

March 4, 2014
Improve your chances of finding work with these five practices.

Job Seekers’ Secret Weapon: Mobile Devices, Not the Web

February 18, 2014
The transition to using mobile devices for job searching could be significant.

How to Avoid Misusing LinkedIn

February 4, 2014
More than 225 million people use LinkedIn, but not everyone knows how to use it effectively.

6 Career Missteps to Avoid in 2014

January 21, 2014
Don’t derail your career with these mistakes.

Top 10 Workplace Trends for 2014

January 7, 2014
A sneak peek into FORTUNE Magazine’s 100 Best Places to Work for 2014.

All I Want for Christmas is a Job I Don’t Hate

December 24, 2013
A recent survey finds U.S. workers’ job satisfaction has plunged.

How to Handle Holiday Stress at Work

December 10, 2013
Combat that holiday workload and stress with this advice.

Goodbye, Middle Manager

November 26, 2013
The Ladders study finds job titles like “manager” and “director” are phasing out.

How to Land an Interview Using Social Media

November 12, 2013
A positive footprint on social media can get you in the door.

What to Do If You Lose Your Job

October 21, 2013
The right attitude, approach and strategy can keep you from letting a layoff morph into feelings of failure.

7 Steps to Smart Salary Negotiation

October 7, 2013
Arm yourself with a strong argument for making more money.

Can You Be Yourself at Work?

September 23, 2013
Studies are mixed on whether showing your true colors will boost your job satisfaction.

What Working Moms Really Want

September 12, 2013
More flexibility at work is attractive with any job, but for some employees, it’s necessary.

What Stay-at-Home Parents Need to Know Before Rejoining the Workforce

August 26, 2013
Learn how to compete for jobs in a new working world.

Do You Have What It Takes to Work From Home?

August 12, 2013
Can you resist the temptation to take your eye off the ball?

The Workplace Toolkit: 5 Essentials You Need to Succeed

July 31, 2013
Try these five tools to increase your odds of career success.

What Women Want – At Work

July 16, 2013
Insights into what women are truly looking for in a job and workplace.

5 Tips for Women on Gaining Wealth and Power

July 1, 2013
Strategies for women to work their own networks to climb the ladder.

What We’ve Learned From Sheryl Sandberg

June 17, 2013
Lessons from Sandberg’s keynote speech at May’s PBWC conference.

What You Wish You Knew When You Graduated

June 3, 2013
Tips from veteran desk jockeys for new grads.

Why You Hate Your Job (and How to Hate It Less)

May 20, 2013
Move out of a rough patch in your career.

Why You Should Unplug

May 7, 2013
Taking the occasional digital fast could improve your focus.

Don’t Worry, Be Happy—At Work

April 22, 2013
With so many employee-engagement programs at companies, why are workers still so unhappy?

BUSINESS INSIDER

5 Toxic Thoughts That Could Be Hurting Your Career

January 5, 2016
How you think can make a big difference in how well you do at work.

7 Daily Habits That Can Make You More Successful at Work

August 18, 2015
A few simple changes to your daily routine could make all the difference in your career.

How to Ask for More Money at Work—and Actually Get It

June 30, 2015
The 4 most powerful salary negotiation tactics.

The Top 5 Embarrassing Mistakes to Avoid in Your Job Interview

June 12, 2015
These errors can cost you your job.

The 3 Most Toxic Types of People to Avoid at Work

April 28, 2015
How to deal with complainers, gossips, and bullies.

5 Ways to Get More Done in the Morning

February 20, 2015
Tactical tips to make the most of your pre-lunch hours.

One Word That Can Change Your Work Life

November 17, 2014
Avoiding team play can backfire if done at the wrong times or too often.

5 Interview Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

August 5, 2014
While interviewing can be stressful, you can manage the pain points by knowing what to avoid. 

What New Grads Should Know Before Accepting That First Job Offer

June 25, 2014
Just because a company wants you doesn’t mean you should say yes to the first employer that extends an offer.

Work-Life Balance Tips from Arianna Huffington

April 16, 2014
Arianna Huffington has a message for you: there’s more to life than work. 

How Job Seekers Can Gain an Edge with Mobile Devices

February 24, 2014
If you think tech means Web, you’re falling behind. 

How to Avoid Misusing LinkedIn

February 5, 2014
Job searchers put themselves behind the eight ball when they misuse this social media tool. 

The Top 10 Workplace Trends in 2014

January 7, 2014
Assess the current work environment with these themes, tips, and trends. 

How to Land a Job Using Social Media

November 13, 2013
If you’re using old methods to try to score your dream position, you may be left standing at the corporate gates.

7 Steps to Smarter, More Effective Salary Negotiations

October 8, 2013
While negotiating your salary can be uncomfortable, it’s important to know when it’s appropriate and how to do it right.

Sheryl Sandberg Explains Why More Women Don’t Want to Be CEO

June 17, 2013
Facebook’s COO identifies three reasons why some women may not stand up.

AOL JOBS

The 5 Biggest Time-Sucks at Work

October 6, 2015
Get more done by avoiding these common time-wasters.

How Successful People Beat Stress

September 9, 2015
Consider which daily activities stress you out, and find ways to do them less often or not at all.

7 Daily Habits That Can Make You More Successful at Work

August 18, 2015
The right workplace rituals can make all the difference in your career.

The 3 Biggest Social Media Snafus That Can Cost You the Job

June 16, 2015
These faux pas may get you fired and prevent you from getting hired.

The Most Toxic Types of People to Avoid at Work

April 21, 2015
How to deal with complainers, gossipers, and bullies.

The 3 Biggest Workplace Mistakes

September 30, 2014
Avoid these common missteps, or risk losing your job.

The Best Time to Ace Work-Life Balance? On Vacation

July 22, 2014
Tips for having the best, most restful vacation possible.

THE LADDERS

Work-Life Balance Lessons from Arianna Huffington

May 12, 2014
Reformed workaholic Arianna Huffington shares her secrets of success without stress.

7 Ways to Move Up by Moving Over

Over is the new up in many jobs and industries. Learn how to use lateral moves and other off-the-ladder opportunities for career catapults and avoid getting derailed.

CAREER-INTELLIGENCE.COM

Networking into Your Target Company

April 13, 2015
Strategies for getting into your target company.

The Confidential Job Search

April 7, 2015
Looking for a new job when you’re already employed.

Passed Up for a Promotion

February 19, 2015
How to handle being passed over for a promotion.

Stepping Into Leadership

January 20, 2015
How to succeed as a new supervisor or manager.

The Trick to Tooting Your Own Horn

December 10, 2014
How to promote yourself without bragging.

Fear of Speaking Holding You Back?

November 1, 2014
How to handle your nerves before and during a presentation.

Spent Any Time Out of Work?

October 6, 2014
How to explain gaps in your resume.

Networking Into Your Target Company

August 8, 2014
Strategies for getting into your target company.

How to Reject a Job Offer or Promotion—Gracefully

July 21, 2014
Six ways to say no to a new job or promotion.

Your Looks and Your Job: Does Appearance Affect Advancement?

July 6, 2014
How your appearance may affect getting hired, getting promoted, and making more money.

Bad Job Interview?

June 2, 2014
How to know your job interview didn’t go well and what you can do about it.

Interview Attire Basics

April 30, 2014
Do’s and don’ts of dressing for a job interview.

Tips for Telecommuters

April 7, 2014
Four ways to let your boss know you’re working—without working around the clock.

Monday Morning: Is Your Staff Working?

March 18, 2014
How to manage your remote workforce.

Using LinkedIn for a Job Search

February 26, 2014
Top LinkedIn tips from career experts.

How to Work with People You Don’t Like

February 18, 2014
Snarky coworker got you down? Here’s how to cope.

Taking a Career Break? Five Ways to Reenter the Workforce

February 16, 2014
How to get back to work after an extended career break.

Positioning Yourself for Promotion

February 12, 2014
How to use higher-ups to move up the ladder.

Should You “Friend” Your Boss?

January 27, 2014
Workplace relationships: To friend or not to “friend” your boss

Why You Didn’t Get That Promotion

January 27, 2014
Six ways women hold themselves back in the workplace.

Seven Myths About Getting Ahead — What Women Need to Know

January 24, 2014
Strategies women can use to get ahead in the workplace.

Trying to Get Ahead in Your Career? Having a Guide Can Help

January 23, 2014
Having a mentor and/or a sponsor can make all the difference in your career.

Workarounds For Management Minefields

January 22, 2014
How to handle three potentially uncomfortable management situations.

The First 30 Days in Your New Job

January 22, 2014
How to get off on the right foot in your new job.

Winning at Office Politics: The Challenge of Culture Fit

January 22, 2014
How to get ahead when your company’s not a good fit.

Winning at Office Politics: The Risk of the Clique

January 22, 2014
How to get ahead when you’re not part of the “in” crowd.

Mind the Gap: Managing Different Ages at Work

January 22, 2014
Four strategies for managing a multigenerational workforce.

Cutting-Edge Strategies for Career Advancement

January 21, 2014
Eight ways women can get ahead in the workplace.

Generational Differences: Chorus Or Chaos?

January 21, 2014
Dealing with generational differences in the workplace.

How to Ask for a Raise

January 3, 2014
Smart strategies to make more money.

Should You Take a Pay Cut?

January 3, 2014
How to evaluate if taking a salary cut is right for you.

Job Search Tips for Your 40s and 50s

January 3, 2014
How to stand out in a good way when competing with younger candidates.

Flexing Your Schedule

January 3, 2014
How to negotiate a flex schedule.

Vacation Prep Essentials

December 18, 2013
Everything you need to know for a smooth escape and reentry.

Sharing Personal Issues at Work

November 18, 2013
How much (or little) to reveal at the office.

FLEXJOBS.COM

How to Get Clear About Your Work and Life Priorities

April 28, 2016
When you’re considering a career transition, it helps to know your work and life priorities. Ask yourself these questions before your next job interview.

4 Ways to Improve Your Hireability Quickly

April 27, 2016
It’s not easy to stand out in today’s competitive job market. But there are ways to improve hireability. Use these four strategies to land your next gig.

How to Pitch Your Business as a Freelancer

April 20, 2016
In the completive freelance world, it’s crucial to attract and retain clients. Successfully pitch your business as a freelancer with these strategies.

What Is Knowledge Work and Could You Be a Knowledge Worker?

April 2, 2016
Thinking of becoming a flex worker? You may want to consider whether knowledge work is in your arsenal. Find out what it means to be a knowledge worker.

How to Get a Job Where You Used to Work

March 23, 2016
Are you longing for your old gig? If you want to turn back the clock and get a job where you used to work, use these four tips to navigate the situation.

5 Things You Need to Know as a Work-From-Home Parent

January 3, 2016
As a work-from-home parent, you likely juggle the double duties of child care and career. Use these tips to do both simultaneously and successfully.

4 Tips for First-Time Telecommuters

December 28, 2015
Planning to join the telecommuting trend? Use these tips to make it a success.

Successfully Engage Others on LinkedIn with These 5 Tips

November 13, 2015
How to use LinkedIn to your best advantage by engaging others—including recruiters—when job searching.

Ace Your Job Assessment with These 3 Tips

November 11, 2015
Use these strategies to ace your pre-employment test and stand out among the competition.

How to Tell If You’re Qualified for Unemployment Assistance

October 16, 2015
Tips to help you see if you qualify for benefits and understand the requirements.

What to Do When Employers Ask Illegal Questions

August 20, 2015
Learn what questions off-bounds during an interview and how to handle such questions.

How to Develop a Routine for At-Home Work

August 17, 2015
Stay on task and be more productive with these tips on how to create your own schedule.

Groups Promote Telecommuting Jobs in Maine

June 29, 2015
States are trying to attract job seekers as residents and in the northeast, several groups are educating people about telecommuting jobs in Maine.

How to Impress an Editor for a Freelance Writing Job

May 4, 2015
Are you looking for a new freelance writing job? If so, don’t miss these tips on how to impress an editor, and land the gig you’ve been wanting.

How to Interview for a Job When You’re an Older Worker

April 8, 2015
Older workers often fear age discrimination in their job search. Here are some tips on how to interview for a job and removing the age barrier.

What You Need to Know About Recruiting for Flexible Jobs

February 26, 2015
Recruiting for flexible jobs is a bit different than hiring in office. Check out these “need to know” tips to be successful in your flex work recruiting.

4 Communication Tips for Remote Managers

February 10, 2015
Managing a remote workforce is different than managing an in-office team. These tips for remote managers can help you be successful.

How to Figure out What Your Career Accomplishments Are

December 31, 2014
Keeping track of your career accomplishments over the years is a great idea, especially if you’re looking for a job. Here’s how to do it.

5 Top Soft Skills for Job Seekers to Master

November 26, 2014
Technical skills won’t help a job seeker unless they’re backed up by intangible skills that employers want. Here are five soft skills for job seekers.

October Is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

October 8, 2014
A rundown of the resources for people with disabilities who want to find jobs that fit their lives, for National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

How to Handle Gaps in Your Resume Like a Pro

September 23, 2014
While employers are now a little more sympathetic to gaps in your resume, it’s still important to know how to handle these well during your job search.

How Part-Time Workers Can Make an Impact at Work

August 19, 2014
If you’re working a part-time job but you want to be noticed, there are a few ways you can make an impact at work. Our guest expert tells us more.

Men Want Paid Paternity Leave—and Employers Should, Too

July 17, 2014
A new study finds that men want paid paternity leave just as women want paid maternity leave, and the benefits are big for employees and employers.

Is It Too Late to Start a New Career?

June 23, 2014
How late is too late to consider other career options? If you’re thinking of trying to start a new career, you’re not alone! Here are some tips to begin.

How to Negotiate Salary and Benefits

May 15, 2014
If you’re reluctant to negotiate salary and benefits at your current job (or a new one), these tips will help you prepare and be confident.

Should Older Workers Leave Dates Off Resumes?

April 24, 2014
Job seekers of a certain age get a lot of advice. Here are a few things to consider.

How Badly Do You Want the Job?

March 24, 2014
You might really want a job, but are you willing to do everything it takes to get it?

How to Negotiate Flexible Work Options

March 10, 2014
What to ask for when your bargaining power is highest.

Jobs for Moms: Pros and Cons of Working from Home

February 24, 2014
Weigh the pros and cons of working from home as a working mother before you jump in.

If Nothing Else, Do These 5 Things in Your Cover Letter

February 12, 2014
Though technology continues to make waves in the traditional hiring process, many basics still apply.

4 Job Search Tips for People with Disabilities

January 27, 2014
Professionals with disabilities can use technology to help them conduct a fairer and more successful job search.

3 Ways to Get a Better Job in 2014

January 13, 2014
Take the steps needed this year to position yourself for greater career success and happiness.

5 Tips for the Stay-at-Home Parent’s Job Search

December 23, 2013
How stay-at-home parents can reinvent themselves for a career comeback.

What to Do If Your Work Flexibility Gets Cut

December 9, 2013
Tips to get back on track if your flexible work arrangement gets cut.

Busting 3 Myths about Flexible Work and Face Time

November 26, 2013
A Catalyst report shows the culture of face time is on the decline.

4 Tips for Telecommuters to Stop Work Interruptions

November 11, 2013
How telecommuters can stay focused during their workday.

What You Need to Work from Home

October 24, 2013
Four questions to determine if you’re ready to work from home.

5 Reasons to Quit the Office for a Telecommute Job

October 14, 2013
Things to consider before quitting your day job.

THE GLASS HAMMER

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

October 14, 2014
One of the toughest career decisions you’ll ever make is choosing whether to stay with your current company, or pursue a new opportunity with another organization. 

Mentoring: 6 Ways to Help Your Mentee Think Strategically

June 19, 2014
Of all the lessons you might choose to impart as a mentor, how do you ensure that you are giving the right advice?

The Case for Women Intrapreneurs

March 25, 2014
While we read plenty about women leaving corporate jobs for entrepreneurial ventures, much less discussed is the option of female intrapreneurship.

8 Ways to Survive a Re-Org and Keep Your Career on Track

November 5, 2013
How to succeed during a corporate restructuring.

Women of Vision Inspire Tech Millennials

June 13, 2013
A dose of inspiration for tech’s up-and-comers.

Peer Relationships: Key Factor in Retaining Mid-Career Women

June 12, 2013
Why mid-career women stay the course.

More Women in Nonprofit Board Seats Than in Private Sector—But Still Much Room for Growth

May 30, 2013
A gender-diversity study of women directors and chief executives sheds light.

The Idea Exchange: Crowdsourcing Women’s Advancement

May 16, 2013
How to help women stay on the leadership track at American companies.

What Are Lean In Circles and Why Should You Join One?

May 14, 2013
How to form “Lean In Circles” to facilitate Sheryl Sandberg’s dialogue.

Are Women in Tech More Stressed Out?

May 2, 2013
Female tech faculty feel more stress and less satisfaction with work-life balance than their male colleagues.

Gillibrand Women’s Mentoring Initiative Gains Steam

May 1, 2013
Learning from a statewide mentorship program.

The ‘Sticky Floor’ Revisited

April 17, 2013
Do women unintentionally hold themselves back in their careers?

Why Less Can Be More for Women Execs

April 16, 2013
The double-down debate reignited.

Is There Really a Choice Between Work and Family?

April 10, 2013
Is the perceived choice that women are sometimes credited as having between work and family an artificial one?

What to Do on Equal Pay Day

April 9, 2013
Women’s wages haven’t caught up with men’s yet—what to do about it.

Can an App Help Close the Gender Pay Gap?

April 5, 2013
Tech takes a step toward pay equity.

Work Guilt: Letting Go of Doing It All

March 28, 2013
Strategies for women to release the toxicity of work guilt.

What to Do If Your Flex Work Arrangement Gets Axed

March 27, 2013
What to do when you can’t work from home anymore.

Build a Better Tech Community – With Women

March 21, 2013
Helping women embrace technology in greater numbers, enter the industry, and find support within it.

Changing the Way We Talk About Work and Family

March 12, 2013
Can women more honestly own their personal time commitments without jeopardizing their jobs?

Can Women (Or Anyone) “Do It All” Through Sequencing?

March 5, 2013
Can you have it all if you stagger your timing of when you focus on work and family?

Breaking Through Resistance: Achieving More by Overcoming Your Blocks

February 28, 2013
What keeps us stuck in some areas, unable to move forward even when we desperately want to do so?

Developing Multicultural Competence

February 21, 2013
Recognizing and working through unconscious biases is a critical skill for today’s leaders.

How to Talk About Politics at Work

February 15, 2013
What to do when a coworker tries to engage you in a political discussion.

Spouse Out of Work? What to Do

February 14, 2013
How to handle job loss as a family.

Breaking the Ice with New Clients

February 13, 2013
Learning to establish rapport and trust with a new client.

The Art of Giving Effective Feedback

February 7, 2013
You can learn to give more effective criticism and help advance your own career at the same time.

Hate Small Talk? Here’s How to Make It Work for You

February 6, 2013
Small talk can get big results — but only if you know how to use it.

The Art of Taking Criticism Effectively

January 31, 2013
Learn how to accept office criticism with grace rather than a grimace.

Life After Corporate: Leila Kanani, CEO & Founder, Intermix Legal Group

January 18, 2013
Helping women in law do things differently.

Women’s Initiatives: Driving Business for Law Firms

January 10, 2013
How women’s initiative groups help bring the business production side of working life into focus for women in law.

No More Ms. Perfect

January 8, 2013
How women can maintain the drive that comes from a quest for perfection, while gaining the flexibility that comes with letting themselves fail.

5 Tips to Handle Stress During the Holidays

December 13, 2012
Five stress-busting tips that will help you stay cool when it’s cold outside.

Breaking into the Corporate Space: Advice for Experienced Hires

December 5, 2012
It’s not easy to show your value to corporations when you’ve been living the life of an entrepreneur.

Practice Makes Perfect: Little Ways to Ask for More

November 8, 2012
Improve your skills at requesting more of what you want and deserve in the workplace.

What Not to Say to a Pregnant Co-Worker

October 30, 2012
An expert panel provides insight on what to say and what to avoid when it comes to pregnancy.

Off Balance: Unequal Work-Life for Parents and Non-Parents?

October 2, 2012
Do parents get a better deal in the office when it comes to work-life balance?

Flex Execs: How to Get Your Teammates on Board with Your Telecommuting

October 1, 2012
Many office-bound managers and colleagues think flex workers aren’t pulling their weight.

Executive Acceleration: Learning from Industry Leaders

September 27, 2012
New strategies on how women can get ahead.

What Are You Doing on 12/12/12? Mark Your Calendar to Help Women on Boards

September 19, 2012
A national conversation on gender diversity in U.S. corporate boardrooms.

Turn Your Lateral Move into a Career Catapult

September 6, 2012
Instead of looking behind you, look over.

Moms-in-Law: Balancing Priorities in Parenting and Practicing Law

August 28, 2012
For many women lawyers, giving up either part of what matters most to them is not the answer.

Using Failure as Fuel: The Anti-Bio

August 16, 2012
There may be more value in owning our failures than running from them.

Executive and Pregnant: Multitasking and Making It Work

August 14, 2012
An informal poll finds executive women doing it all.

Launching a New Conversation: Maternity, Motherhood, and Executive Women

August 7, 2012
Creating teachable moments for female executives.

New Debate Ignites on Maternity, Motherhood, and Executive Women

August 2, 2012
Industry experts and academics chime in on Marissa Mayer’s groundbreaking career moves.

“Double Down” Debate Draws Kudos and Ire

July 24, 2012
Women are divided on leaning in versus leaning back.

Bypassing the Glass Escalator Threat

July 17, 2012
New research shows that over the past 10 years, another invisible friend has joined the glass ceiling.

The New Debate Over ‘Having It All’

July 10, 2012
Anne-Marie Slaughter reignites a decades-old debate about whether women can have both a successful career and a family.

Professional Duos Make Dual Careers Work at PwC

June 19, 2012
Conversations with three dual-career couples at PwC about how they make work “work.”

Women of Vision Share Successes – and Failures – with Tech’s Up-and-Comers

May 29, 2012
Female leaders discuss success through failure.

How to Talk about a Risky Career Move with Your Partner

May 1, 2012
The best strategies to handle discuss work-life issues with your spouse.

Standing Out Online: The New Realities of Job Search for Executive Women

April 17, 2012

Cutting through noise to reach potential employers in the ultra-competitive social media environment.

Obstacles to Women’s Sponsorship—and How to Overcome Them

April 5, 2012
How to develop and maintain a relationship with a sponsor.

Who’s Your Best Mentor?

April 4, 2012
How to find the right mentor for you.

Does Gender Matter When it Comes to Your Mentor?

March 28, 2012
Should gender be a deciding factor for mentorship?

Is Sponsorship the New Mentorship?

March 22, 2012
Fresh insights from corporate diversity leaders about mentoring and sponsoring.

Getting on Board: Advice for Minority Women on Pursuing Board Service

March 6, 2012
Preparing for a board opportunity as a minority woman.

Movers and Shakers: Lynne Laube, President and COO, Cardlytics Inc.

March 5, 2012
Lessons from a leader in the financial services industry.

Three Tips For Leaving an Old Job and Beginning a New Future

February 22, 2012
How to land on your feet when you leave under your own steam.

Bounce Back: How to Overcome Professional Setbacks

February 1, 2012
Turning what looks like an end of the road into just a bend.

Keeping One Step Ahead: Proactive Career Management

January 31, 2012
Preparing for potential challenges at work can help you avoid getting stuck or derailed.

Rethinking Career Choices at Midlife

January 20, 2012
As we age, the way we think about work and contribution changes.

How to Thwart a Midlife Derailment

January 12, 2012
Steps you can take to stay on track by mid-career.

The New “Getting Ahead”: What It Takes to Succeed

January 10, 2012
Practical strategies to break the glass ceiling.

How to Navigate the Niceness Paradox, Part 2

December 21, 2012
Women sometimes feel conflicted about being ‘nice’ versus ‘effective’ in the workplace.

How to Navigate the Niceness Paradox, Part 1

December 20, 2012
Women sometimes feel conflicted about being ‘nice’ versus ‘effective’ in the workplace.

Voice of Experience: Elle Kaplan, CEO & Founding Partner, Lexion Capital Management

December 12, 2012
A finance industry leader discusses the road to the top.

Three Boardroom Challenges—And How to Overcome Them

November 30, 2012
Beating the odds to land a board seat.

Five Tips to Remember Next Time You Negotiate a Raise

November 2, 2012
Getting your employer to recognize your worth and reward you accordingly.

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WHAT CLIENTS SAY
“Robin has been writing for us for many years including blogs, web copy, marketing and messaging copy, and articles. In addition, she partnered with me to write my first book. There are so many wonderful things about Robin including her obvious creativity and writing skills. She always manages to nail exactly the positioning that I need in her first draft—I never need to edit her posts! In addition to these traits, Robin’s strategic approach and friendly demeanor are other core strengths that have kept us working together for so long. I highly recommend Robin to anyone who has writing needs and wants an amazing partner who delivers again and again.”
Mark Strong

Owner and Founder, Mark Strong Coaching, New York, NY

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Owner and Founder, Mark Strong Coaching, New York, NY

“Robin has been writing for us for many years including blogs, web copy, marketing and messaging copy, and articles. In addition, she partnered with me to write my first book. There are so many wonderful things about Robin including her obvious creativity and writing skills. She always manages to nail exactly the positioning that I need in her first draft—I never need to edit her posts! In addition to these traits, Robin’s strategic approach and friendly demeanor are other core strengths that have kept us working together for so long. I highly recommend Robin to anyone who has writing needs and wants an amazing partner who delivers again and again.”
“Robin is unquestionably one of the best writers I have ever worked with. Robin’s standards are extremely high; she is fast, effective, and a great collaborator. It is a wonderful experience working with Robin.”
Lisa Nee

President, Allen/Nee Productions, Madison, CT

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President, Allen/Nee Productions, Madison, CT

“Robin is unquestionably one of the best writers I have ever worked with. Robin’s standards are extremely high; she is fast, effective, and a great collaborator. It is a wonderful experience working with Robin.”
“Robin is a talented writer who can adeptly handle a diverse range of projects. She is wonderful to work with—a great communicator, consistently responsive, and always delivers assignments on time. In fact, when she knows that a deadline is pressing, she often manages to complete projects early! She also excels at fostering long-term client relationships. With her many talents and excellent work ethic, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Robin.”
Jenna Flannigan

Editor, Healthline Networks, Inc., New York, NY 

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Editor, Healthline Networks, Inc., New York, NY 

“Robin is a talented writer who can adeptly handle a diverse range of projects. She is wonderful to work with—a great communicator, consistently responsive, and always delivers assignments on time. In fact, when she knows that a deadline is pressing, she often manages to complete projects early! She also excels at fostering long-term client relationships. With her many talents and excellent work ethic, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Robin.”
“As a writer myself, I’m very selective about soliciting help from other writers. But Robin was truly an exception. Professional, perceptive, and deadline-sensitive, Robin jumped in and helped create some much-needed content for my website and newsletter. She’s got an amazing ability to get into someone’s head and put their thoughts on the page in a powerful way!”
Libby Gill

CEO, Executive Coach, Leadership Expert, and Author, Libby Gill & Company, Los Angeles, CA

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2017-02-16T10:19:20+00:00

CEO, Executive Coach, Leadership Expert, and Author, Libby Gill & Company, Los Angeles, CA

“As a writer myself, I’m very selective about soliciting help from other writers. But Robin was truly an exception. Professional, perceptive, and deadline-sensitive, Robin jumped in and helped create some much-needed content for my website and newsletter. She’s got an amazing ability to get into someone’s head and put their thoughts on the page in a powerful way!”
“Robin has been an exceptional writer/editor for my firm. Robin quickly grasped and delivered on our principles for communications materials to make them researched-based, substantive, practical, and understandable for our broad range of readership that represents a local, national, and global audience. Robin has a strong understanding of trends, research, and best practices regarding women in leadership, which is certainly added value for supporting our firm’s thought leadership and brand reputation.”
Rebecca Shambaugh

President, Shambaugh Leadership Group, McLean, VA

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2017-02-16T10:20:26+00:00

President, Shambaugh Leadership Group, McLean, VA

“Robin has been an exceptional writer/editor for my firm. Robin quickly grasped and delivered on our principles for communications materials to make them researched-based, substantive, practical, and understandable for our broad range of readership that represents a local, national, and global audience. Robin has a strong understanding of trends, research, and best practices regarding women in leadership, which is certainly added value for supporting our firm’s thought leadership and brand reputation.”
“It’s a pleasure working with Robin. In addition to producing timely work (often ahead of schedule), Robin asks the right questions to create effective press releases, blog posts, and other copy. She is mindful of the target audience and also of seamlessly weaving in keywords for SEO. I highly recommend considering Robin for your copywriting and editorial needs.”
Robin Spindel

Director of Marketing, Furnished Quarters, New York, NY

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2017-02-16T10:23:56+00:00

Director of Marketing, Furnished Quarters, New York, NY

“It’s a pleasure working with Robin. In addition to producing timely work (often ahead of schedule), Robin asks the right questions to create effective press releases, blog posts, and other copy. She is mindful of the target audience and also of seamlessly weaving in keywords for SEO. I highly recommend considering Robin for your copywriting and editorial needs.”
“Robin is not only an incredibly talented writer, she is also a delight to work with professionally. As a multifaceted wordsmith, she has the innate ability to write for a multitude of platforms covering a wide variety of topics, all the while capturing the attention of her intended audience. Robin’s creativity, intelligence and professionalism make her the ideal candidate for any organization or individual looking to strengthen their brand.”
Megan Herrick

Vice President Communications, Pluralsight, Salt Lake City, UT

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2017-02-16T10:12:03+00:00

Vice President Communications, Pluralsight, Salt Lake City, UT

“Robin is not only an incredibly talented writer, she is also a delight to work with professionally. As a multifaceted wordsmith, she has the innate ability to write for a multitude of platforms covering a wide variety of topics, all the while capturing the attention of her intended audience. Robin’s creativity, intelligence and professionalism make her the ideal candidate for any organization or individual looking to strengthen their brand.”
“Robin has partnered with Ventana for several years and is one of the best writers in the industry. She has a deep understanding of the technology and markets that are changing the way enterprises and consumers connect and do business. Robin has the ability to create exceptional content from marketing collateral, white papers, customer case studies, contributed articles and blogs. She delivers superior, consistent results time and time again and is a great asset and partner for my business and my clients.”
Sabrina Sanchez

Founder and CEO, The Ventana Group, Washington, DC

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2017-02-16T10:15:28+00:00

Founder and CEO, The Ventana Group, Washington, DC

“Robin has partnered with Ventana for several years and is one of the best writers in the industry. She has a deep understanding of the technology and markets that are changing the way enterprises and consumers connect and do business. Robin has the ability to create exceptional content from marketing collateral, white papers, customer case studies, contributed articles and blogs. She delivers superior, consistent results time and time again and is a great asset and partner for my business and my clients.”
“Robin has been an integral part of our agency growth for the past three years as our lead freelance copywriter. She ensures the process of collaborating is seamless. Robin’s writing style is efficient yet high quality, and she is diligent about researching and understanding projects allocated to her such as news releases, thought leadership pieces, and messaging. I would highly recommend Robin for writing projects!”
Chathri Ali

Managing Partner, talkTECH, Los Angeles, CA 

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2017-02-16T10:18:25+00:00

Managing Partner, talkTECH, Los Angeles, CA 

“Robin has been an integral part of our agency growth for the past three years as our lead freelance copywriter. She ensures the process of collaborating is seamless. Robin’s writing style is efficient yet high quality, and she is diligent about researching and understanding projects allocated to her such as news releases, thought leadership pieces, and messaging. I would highly recommend Robin for writing projects!”
“Having worked with Robin in a variety of writing contexts, I’ve found her to be a complete pro. She’s savvy, versatile, and consistently meets deadlines with time to spare. She’s always at the top of my list when I need a writer.”
Matt Reichman

Senior Account Executive, Method Communications, Salt Lake City, UT

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2017-02-16T10:21:27+00:00

Senior Account Executive, Method Communications, Salt Lake City, UT

“Having worked with Robin in a variety of writing contexts, I’ve found her to be a complete pro. She’s savvy, versatile, and consistently meets deadlines with time to spare. She’s always at the top of my list when I need a writer.”
“Robin is my #1 go-to writer, without question. She is extremely professional, delivering written content that is polished and—very important—consistently within deadline. I know that I can rely on Robin 100% and that makes a world of difference in terms of who I choose to work with. Not only does Robin work fast, she is also very versatile, and can create press releases, case studies, articles, blogs—anything I throw her way! I highly recommend Robin for any writing needs, particularly those that need a quick turnaround.”
Denise Nelson

Vice President, The Ventana Group, San Francisco, CA

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2017-02-16T10:10:26+00:00

Vice President, The Ventana Group, San Francisco, CA

“Robin is my #1 go-to writer, without question. She is extremely professional, delivering written content that is polished and—very important—consistently within deadline. I know that I can rely on Robin 100% and that makes a world of difference in terms of who I choose to work with. Not only does Robin work fast, she is also very versatile, and can create press releases, case studies, articles, blogs—anything I throw her way! I highly recommend Robin for any writing needs, particularly those that need a quick turnaround.”
“Robin is terrific to work with as she is a true partner. She helps you think through all the angles for your article, speech, or other content, does her own research to bring more to the table, and then brings it all together in a very well written and engaging style.”
Charlene Prounis

CEO and Managing Partner, Flashpoint Medica, New York, NY

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2017-02-16T10:16:58+00:00

CEO and Managing Partner, Flashpoint Medica, New York, NY

“Robin is terrific to work with as she is a true partner. She helps you think through all the angles for your article, speech, or other content, does her own research to bring more to the table, and then brings it all together in a very well written and engaging style.”
“Robin is totally committed and dedicated to her craft. A master writer and editor and true team player. Her work style, work ethic, collaboration ability, and results for deliverables are never less than top drawer. I have worked with many great writers and editors. None as 360-degree-perfect as Robin.”
Auge Reichenberg

Executive Vice President/Executive Creative Director, McCann HumanCare, New York, NY

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2017-02-16T10:16:19+00:00

Executive Vice President/Executive Creative Director, McCann HumanCare, New York, NY

“Robin is totally committed and dedicated to her craft. A master writer and editor and true team player. Her work style, work ethic, collaboration ability, and results for deliverables are never less than top drawer. I have worked with many great writers and editors. None as 360-degree-perfect as Robin.”
“I had been laboring over my resume for quite a while, not having had one for 10 years. Robin took what I had written and made it sing…and, it was done in a timely way that met my rather pressing requirements. The comments I have received on my resume have been outstanding and I owe much of that to the clarity and focus Robin brought to it.”
President and COO

Global Strategic Branding Agency, New York, NY

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2017-02-16T10:26:40+00:00

Global Strategic Branding Agency, New York, NY

“I had been laboring over my resume for quite a while, not having had one for 10 years. Robin took what I had written and made it sing…and, it was done in a timely way that met my rather pressing requirements. The comments I have received on my resume have been outstanding and I owe much of that to the clarity and focus Robin brought to it.”
“It has been my pleasure to have worked with Robin on a few special projects. I have found her to be a true professional in every sense of the word—honest, authentic, talented, and a skilled writer.”
Diane Gottsman

Owner, Protocol School of Texas, San Antonio, Texas

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Owner, Protocol School of Texas, San Antonio, Texas

“It has been my pleasure to have worked with Robin on a few special projects. I have found her to be a true professional in every sense of the word—honest, authentic, talented, and a skilled writer.”
“Robin has been an exceptional resource for The Ventana Group, supporting us in the production of case studies, articles, press releases and a wide range of content assets. In addition to providing quality writing, she is responsive and completes projects without delay. Her efforts regularly help us exceed the expectations of our clients.”
Joe Austin

Vice President, The Ventana Group, Austin, TX

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2017-02-16T10:22:26+00:00

Vice President, The Ventana Group, Austin, TX

“Robin has been an exceptional resource for The Ventana Group, supporting us in the production of case studies, articles, press releases and a wide range of content assets. In addition to providing quality writing, she is responsive and completes projects without delay. Her efforts regularly help us exceed the expectations of our clients.”
“Robin is a pleasure to work with — consistently produces quality work, highly collaborative, and never misses a deadline! I give Robin my highest recommendation as a freelance writer for any type of corporate communications, from copywriting, ghostwriting, and blogging to crafting PR messaging, bylined articles, and web content.”
Nicole Gorman

Corporate Communications Consultant, Boston, MA

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2017-02-16T10:27:07+00:00

Corporate Communications Consultant, Boston, MA

“Robin is a pleasure to work with — consistently produces quality work, highly collaborative, and never misses a deadline! I give Robin my highest recommendation as a freelance writer for any type of corporate communications, from copywriting, ghostwriting, and blogging to crafting PR messaging, bylined articles, and web content.”
“Robin has been an invaluable resource for our team. No matter the subject matter or client, I know that I can rely on Robin to deliver well-researched, top-quality content—on or before deadline. It’s truly a pleasure to collaborate with her on these projects!”
Erin Petersen

Managing Editor, Partners, Healthline Networks, Inc., San Francisco, CA

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2017-02-16T10:25:31+00:00

Managing Editor, Partners, Healthline Networks, Inc., San Francisco, CA

“Robin has been an invaluable resource for our team. No matter the subject matter or client, I know that I can rely on Robin to deliver well-researched, top-quality content—on or before deadline. It’s truly a pleasure to collaborate with her on these projects!”
“I have utilized Robin’s professional writing services for over 4 years now and must say that I am thrilled with the results. Her work ethic and writing style have worked well with our organization’s needs that are often last minute. We simply share with Robin what we’re hoping to accomplish with an initiative, and she writes the press release, blog post, or other requested content that is the perfect match for what we need. Robin is a true professional with excellent listening and writing skills. She is a pleasure to work with.”
Craig Partin

Vice President, Sales, Furnished Quarters, New York, NY

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2017-02-16T10:21:56+00:00

Vice President, Sales, Furnished Quarters, New York, NY

“I have utilized Robin’s professional writing services for over 4 years now and must say that I am thrilled with the results. Her work ethic and writing style have worked well with our organization’s needs that are often last minute. We simply share with Robin what we’re hoping to accomplish with an initiative, and she writes the press release, blog post, or other requested content that is the perfect match for what we need. Robin is a true professional with excellent listening and writing skills. She is a pleasure to work with.”
“Trusting any outside writer with my projects is hard to do as a control freak, but Robin has proven time and again that she knows exactly how to take a desired outcome and turn it into a reality. Robin is extremely organized, creative, and thoughtful. I would recommend Robin to anyone looking for a copywriter, ghostwriter, editor, or for project collaboration on a wide range of deliverables in any industry. She is prompt in her delivery, a great communicator, and does what she promises—rare these days!”
Michelle Williams

Owner and Founder, Bloom Coaching and Consulting, Portland OR

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2017-02-16T10:20:56+00:00

Owner and Founder, Bloom Coaching and Consulting, Portland OR

“Trusting any outside writer with my projects is hard to do as a control freak, but Robin has proven time and again that she knows exactly how to take a desired outcome and turn it into a reality. Robin is extremely organized, creative, and thoughtful. I would recommend Robin to anyone looking for a copywriter, ghostwriter, editor, or for project collaboration on a wide range of deliverables in any industry. She is prompt in her delivery, a great communicator, and does what she promises—rare these days!”
“We’ve really enjoyed working with Robin for job search and career-related content on FlexJobs. She’s able to tackle some of our much-needed topics and write great articles that are well-researched and well-written. We’re thoroughly happy with the consistently solid content she has provided us!”
Brie Weiler Reynolds

Director of Online Content, FlexJobs, Boulder, CO

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2017-02-16T10:24:32+00:00

Director of Online Content, FlexJobs, Boulder, CO

“We’ve really enjoyed working with Robin for job search and career-related content on FlexJobs. She’s able to tackle some of our much-needed topics and write great articles that are well-researched and well-written. We’re thoroughly happy with the consistently solid content she has provided us!”
“Robin is both an exceptional writer and one of the most fundamentally reliable people I’ve ever worked with, which is an extremely rare combination of qualities in my experience. She has consistently won the confidence of clients when I’ve engaged her services, which is a testament to her thorough and professional approach to writing. I would recommend her for any writing project, large or small.”
Brad Plothow

Senior Vice President of Strategy, Method Communications, Salt Lake City, UT

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2017-02-16T10:17:40+00:00

Senior Vice President of Strategy, Method Communications, Salt Lake City, UT

“Robin is both an exceptional writer and one of the most fundamentally reliable people I’ve ever worked with, which is an extremely rare combination of qualities in my experience. She has consistently won the confidence of clients when I’ve engaged her services, which is a testament to her thorough and professional approach to writing. I would recommend her for any writing project, large or small.”
“I had a fantastic experience working with Robin. As a new business owner, I needed not only professional writing skills, but also the business acumen to shape a strategic document that would be used to attract new clients. Robin raised my expectation of “what good looks like” and delivered an end product I was proud to share. Her finesse, advice, attention to detail, and sharp intellect also contributed to a really enjoyable working relationship.”
Kimberlee Williams

Founder and CEO, ignitem, Jersey City, NJ

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2017-02-16T10:14:12+00:00

Founder and CEO, ignitem, Jersey City, NJ

“I had a fantastic experience working with Robin. As a new business owner, I needed not only professional writing skills, but also the business acumen to shape a strategic document that would be used to attract new clients. Robin raised my expectation of “what good looks like” and delivered an end product I was proud to share. Her finesse, advice, attention to detail, and sharp intellect also contributed to a really enjoyable working relationship.”
“Robin treats each of my projects with the highest level of professionalism. I can always trust her to do a great job, as her timely response and clear communication style is a huge asset to my business!”
Art Director and Principal

Creative Agency, San Jose, CA

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2017-02-16T10:26:15+00:00

Creative Agency, San Jose, CA

“Robin treats each of my projects with the highest level of professionalism. I can always trust her to do a great job, as her timely response and clear communication style is a huge asset to my business!”
WORK WITH ROBIN
Helping executives and entrepreneurs over-deliver on their communications goals through laser-like focus on the details that make a difference.
Working with advertising agencies and PR/marketing firms to help provide writing and messaging services for their clients.
Backed by over 20 years of experience in corporate writing and executive communications.
Specializing in writing services and business communications for corporations, small businesses, and thought leaders in diverse industries.
Offering specialized expertise in diverse industries including technology, finance, law, real estate, healthcare, advertising, publishing, public relations, marketing, and nonprofits.

Taking marketing messages to the next level in almost any type of deliverable, from PowerPoint presentations and press releases to websites, white papers, case studies, and bylined articles.
Serving companies of all sizes and in all stages of development, from local start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations.

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