We came across this great article by Cheryl Conner who writes on Forbes about communications, business and the ways the two intersect.

Cheryl argues that for many years, motherhood has been regarded as a lifestyle choice that interferes with work productivity. As recently as 2013, this issue made the front page of the news when a CEO at BBC allegedly stated that mothers were “not suited to working for a commercial company” because they were “less focused on the job.”

Read more of this article here [wp_colorbox_media url=”http://www.forbes.com/sites/cherylsnappconner/2014/10/04/why-motherhood-and-management-mesh-and-4-mom-savvy-leadership-tips/” type=”iframe” hyperlink=”Why Motherhood And Management Mesh (And 4 ‘Mom-Savvy’ Leadership Tips)”]