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Carrie is a regular columnist for Inc and Forbes and has been featured in Fast Company, The New York Times and Ad-Age.
Breastfeeding, formula and working mothers – a much debated topic. Carrie Kerpen explains why, instead of judging, we should be supporting all women, regardless of their ability, inabilty or lack of desire to breastfeed, and instead advocate for making it easier.
7 ways to retrain your brain for a happier existence.
Before Carrie Kerpen could excel at the helm of the social media firm she co-founded, she had to change some things about herself. Here she explains.
No, it’s not powerful men, and it’s not the struggle for work-life balance. Here’s what you’re really up against.
Can you be where you are today without being likeable in business? And is the same for men & and women?
For many critics, kindness in leadership equates to weakness. However, in today’s age of open feedback available on the web both from customers and employees, being a kind leader is essential to success.
Is it pointless to pursue a career in social media? Or is it misguided to believe that “social media” roles are irrelevant? Here, Carrie discusses the essential skill sets to make this a bright future.
Carrie explains how she ran her fast-growing company as she coped with her second miscarriage.
Don’t go in for the kill up front. Offer to help over a period of time, stay in touch, and follow what the client does. Soon enough, their business will be yours.
“Carrie transformed our group from fearful parents to engaged ones in a single session. Her presentation was hands on and groundbreaking– addressing a topic that is entirely new territory for families.”
Parenting In A Digital Age
-Sylvie Schnaier, Director, Global Partnerships, Johnson & Johnson
Carrie is an impactful, entertaining and inspiring speaker who has spoken for a wide variety of audiences from boardrooms to ballrooms, for corporate audiences such as Johnson & Johnson, Proctor & Gamble, and McGraw-Hill, to associations and conferences worldwide.".
Carrie Frequently speaks about social media and women in business.