Anna Ranieri, center near top in teal, after a marathon day of workshops.

Anna Ranieri, center near top in teal, after a marathon day of workshops.


Do Your Work Clothes Matter? 

Women Work and Wardrobe: What To Consider When It Comes To A Professional Wardrobe.

Leadership & Communication

Savitude "Making Your Move" Blog: Women and Management, Knowing where to go

Harvard Business Review"Your Team Can't Read Your Mind"

News to Live By: 100 Business Leaders Spot Potential in New Hires

Refinery295 Ways to Become a Kickass Communicator

Career + Interviewing

Savitude Blog: Tips for women in management, "Knowing, Showing and Getting Where You Want To Go".

Stress Free Now: Telling the Story that Will Advance Your Career

Harvard Business Review: For those of us who have had an unusual path-  in a professional career, community service, or creative activities-  it can be important to "connect the dots" so that others can understand how our experiences come together to inform what it is that we do, or want to do, now. Perhaps, this article "Turning your Complex Career Path into a Coherent Story" can be a useful reminder to you or someone you know.

U.S. News and World Report:  How to Answer the Five Toughest Interview Questions

Harvard Business Review: How to Assess a Job Candidate Who Doesn't Fit The Mold. 

Stanford Alumni: “Framing your fuzzie-ness on what you studied in college"


LadyLux:  "How Night Owls Can Be A Success" , how people succeed by understanding the timeframe in which they function best.


New York TimesCareer Couch article by Eilene Zimmerman in the Business Section. Relocation, and the various stressors it entails, is discussed in Anna and Joe’s book. 


Psychology Today: “Nine Ways to Relieve Stress by Gardening”

Harvard Business Review Blog: Anna considers what to do “When Two of Your Co-Workers are Fighting

Personal Challenges at Work

Harvard Business Review: Following the recent, and sudden, death of Dave Goldberg, the well-loved CEO of SurveyMonkey, Anna was asked to write a piece for the Harvard Business Review on the topic of shared grief at work,"Why people cry at work." It was part of a series on emotional intelligence for managers.  She was able to write about a situation of shared grief that she'd experienced in her own former workplace and about some general issues that may arise in this situation.  If you like it, Anna asks that you leave a comment on the HBR site.  If not, please be kind and don't make her cry!  

Harvard Business Review:  "How to Handle Shared Grief at Work

LJN Radio's Employment Notebook Further on the topic of why people cry at work, people continue to read and comment on the article Anna wrote about it in the summer 2015. The moderator of this radio program that covers career-related topics asked Anna to talk about this on his show.  Here's the link to that conversation (warning; it's 15 minutes long), in case it's of interest to you or someone you know

Mashable: "How to Grieve at Work