WORKS by Nicole Williams

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WORKS by Nicole Williams

<p>Career expert and best selling author Nicole Williams is re-defining the world of work&mdash;making it glamorous, entertaining and relevant to modern women. Nicole founded WORKS by Nicole Williams in 2006 with the vision of building the first media and content company focused on career development specifically for the highly dynamic and powerful market of young professional women.</p> <p>Nicole is the author of two bestselling books; <i>Wildly Sophisticated: A Bold New Attitude for Career Success</i> (2004) and <i>Earn What You&rsquo;re Worth</i> (2005), published by Penguin Group Inc. Her latest book <a href="http://www.girlontopbook.com/" target="_blank"><i>Girl on Top</i></a>, was recently purchased by Hachette Book Group and will be published October 12, 2009.</p> <p>In 2004 Nicole co-created the hit career reality television series <i>Making It Big</i>. The show aired for two seasons on the Life Network in Canada and on the Oxygen Network in the US. Currently, Nicole is the Motivational Expert on <i>Real Simple. Real Life. </i>the fifteen episode makeover series with TLC &amp; <i>Real Simple</i> Magazine (Watch Nicole on Friday Nights, 7pm Eastern).</p> <p>Nicole is a frequent contributor to <i>Elle, Self, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Marie Claire, The New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post</i> and <i>The Financial Times</i>. She has also appeared as a regular contributor on <i>The Today Show</i>, ABC&rsquo;s <i>Primetime</i>, <i>Good Morning America</i>, <i>The Big Idea </i>with Donny Deutsch, Fox News, and CNN. Nicole is the &ldquo;lifestyle for the working woman columnist&rdquo; for MSN and is the executive editor of the popular WORKS e-newsletters, Astro, Chic on the Cheap, Cubicle Confessions, Quiz, and Celeb Career Thermometer.</p> <p>Nicole has also created event marketing programs and provided motivational speeches across the country for brand name companies including The Ford Motor Company, ClearChannel, Electronic Arts, Saks, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Banana Republic, and pharmaceutical giant Barr Pharmaceuticals, Inc.</p>

Stories by WORKS by Nicole Williams

You met all the qualifications, you researched the company thoroughly, and you brought your A game to the interview … but they chose someone...
Gut instinct is important when it comes to calling out the BS-ers in your office, but there are some strategies that can help sniff out the truth-...
Now that you’ve written your lists, gritted your teeth, pulled up stakes, and moved, the hard part is over. Right? Wrong. One of the worst...
It’s hard enough to keep up with a demanding boss and your never-ending to-do list, but finding a new job on top of everything else is enough...
It’s one thing to peruse Facebook for a few minutes at work every now and then. It’s another to use it as a way to communicate to the...
Everything’s going well: Your career is on track, you love where you live, and you actually have a love life. Then something terrible happens...
We all enjoy a good sick day every once in a while. Curled up on the couch in our favorite pajamas, sipping mom’s famous-but-lethal chicken...
Even if you pack your own snacks, there will inevitably come a time when every business traveler gets stuck at the airport and needs to eat....
Email is a fast, easy way to communicate, but sometimes it can be downright annoying. Like when that attachment your boss needs for a presentation at...
10. Make a list. Pre-breakfast, compiling a daily to-do list creates mental order and calms the mind. Effective lists contain only ten things (...
I’ve been having a love affair for the past seven years. On some days this love of mine seriously drives me to drink but I never seem to tire...
Sometimes delivering bad news is unavoidable. But if you’re stuck being the messenger, ensure that you get your point across as painlessly (and...
Feeling stressed about finding a job or keeping your current one? You’re far from alone. Economic turmoil around the globe is making life tough...
We know times are tough, but there are some places where you really shouldn’t cut costs—like on health insurance and personal hygiene....
We won’t bore you with the numbers that speculate just how much food prices have gone up in the past few months. We’re pretty sure you...

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