which gives women entrepreneurs the opportunity to donate money to
worthy causes affecting females nationally and globally. Through her “Vetted Vets” program at Decision Toolbox, she helps veterans re-join the workforce after service.
In Shepherd's book The Bite Me School of Management, the Laguna Beach resident details her unconventional – and sometimes quirky- ways to manage and engage employees. Since she doubles up as a CEO and a recruiter, Shepherd knows the ins-and-outs of management and how to deal with an ever-changing workforce and workplace environment.
In your book, you talk about transforming corporate culture in very unconventional ways. How does being a woman impact the way you run a business and how important is it for there to be more women-run companies to help keep the “cultural glue” of a business together?