Monthly Archives: November 2013

HIGH STATUS ON THE CHEAP

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am a 32-year-old woman working for a midsized company. I have an MBA from a fairly good school and when I started I expected to move into management. I just received my yearly review and there … Continue reading

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WOMEN MANAGING IN A MACHO ENVIRORMENT

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am a woman electrical engineer and I’ve been working for my company for almost 15 years. Four years ago I was made a senior engineer and since then I have been running minor projects. For the … Continue reading

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Developing a friendly non-threatening image Dear Mr. Molloy: I am an investigator for the district attorney’s office. Part of my job is to interview people who do not wish to be interviewed. Please note I did not say interrogate, I … Continue reading

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SELLING YOURSELF AS AN EXPERT

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am a self-employed financial consultant. My clients mainly come from my old firm where I worked for 12 years. I’m a 36-year-old single mother who intends to put her two children through Ivy League schools. I … Continue reading

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PURCHASING SUITS IN THE PALM TREE SOUTH

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am a forensic accountant who works 60% of the time for some of the largest and most prestigious law firms in Texas. The main reason they hired me over and over is not that I am … Continue reading

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