Leadership Series: 4 P's to Success
The second post in the leadership series comes from Mary Kay's Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Beth Lange. Beth shares four key elements of effective leadership. None of us are born leaders, but instead have to learn lessons...
Leadership Series: The Value System
Mary Kay Ash was a tremendous leader who carved out a unique niche in the business world for women. In honor of her, we are starting a new series on our blog about leadership. For the next few weeks, several of Mary Kay’s...
More than a Makeover
Today’s guest blogger is Kirsten Gappelberg. Kirsten is the manager of corporate social responsibility at Mary Kay Inc. Kirsten talks about volunteerism and giving back. When I started at Mary Kay I’m sad to admit...
The Truth About Abuse
Today’s post is contributed by Anne Crews, Mary Kay Inc. Vice President and The Mary Kay Foundation Board Member. Anne has advocated for years on domestic violence education, prevention and awareness – with a heartfelt...
Happy Arbor Day
The Arbor Day Foundation and Mary Kay Inc. have partnered together for several projects including planting trees and creating outdoor learning spaces for children. In celebration of Arbor Day, we’ve handed over our blog...
Elmo, Dora and Me
Today’s blog post is from Virginia Hock. Virginia works as a coordinator for the corporate communications group at Mary Kay. Virginia is an advocate for children’s literacy and shares a recent experience as a volunteer...
Earth Day 2012
Spring has officially sprung! The grass looks a little greener and the flowers seem to be blooming just a little bit brighter. April is the perfect month to celebrate Earth Day. On April 22, around the world, we will honor Mother...
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Beth Lange, Chief Scientific Officer. Dr. Lange leads Mary Kay’s Research & Development division and due to her passion for nature also champions our corporate environmental sustainability...
Seeing the Invisible Sign
CMO Sheryl Adkins-Green talks about Mary Kay's Global Month of Service and the importance of helping others. “Pretend everyone you meet has an invisible sign around his or her neck that says, 'Make me feel important...
Getting it done
Today’s post is contributed by Michelle Hines, Ph.D. Michelle is Mary Kay’s Manager of Skin Care Research. She serves on Mary Kay’s U.S. Culture Committee, an internal group that teaches Mary Kay’s philosophies...
Blessings on so many levels
Today’s post is from Sharilyn Getz. Sharilyn is an art producer for Mary Kay and is a regular volunteer with the Ronald McDonald House. We had a group of employees in the Dallas area cook dinner at the Ronald McDonald House...
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