The Way We Work
January 2, 2014 by Jaleh Bisharat

The beginning of a new year is a natural time to make resolutions about your success, both personally and professionally. For women, achieving the latter can present some unique challenges.

In this pursuit, there’s no better resource than other, successful businesswomen. oDesk VP Jaleh Bisharat offers her own advice to women—in the form of 7 habits—in this article from her Huffington Post column. She writes about general best practices as well as tips for how to keep yourself relevant in an ever-evolving marketplace:

“It used to be that you attended university and then you went to work. Now, the demand for skills is changing fast. No matter how experienced you are, you need to be nimble. With options like Coursera, General Assembly and more, successful people view education as a continuous, lifelong pursuit."

Read the rest of Jaleh’s 7 habits for successful women here!

Jaleh Bisharat

Vice President of Marketing

Jaleh Bisharat, oDesk’s Vice President of Marketing, is a seasoned marketing executive with a history of growing startups into vibrant brands that inspire passion in their customers. Before joining oDesk, she was the Vice President of Marketing at several innovative companies including OpenTable, Jawbone and Amazon.com, and also served on the Board of Directors at OpenTable and Homestead Technologies. Jaleh received a Bachelor of the… read more

  • http://www.rebeccalutz.com Rebecca

    Thanks for sharing! I love your tips for success and agree that you must always be moving forward and continue to learn and grow in your field of work. For me, that means expanding my design business and starting a brand new blog on graphic design and working from home. There are so many good things coming up in this new year!

    • http://gravatar.com/jalehbisharatodesk jalehbisharatodesk

      Thanks for your comment Rebecca! If you get a chance, share the link to your new blog with us when it is ready. I'd love to take a look.

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