Press and Media

Stacy has been quoted or featured in the press and media. She strives to share invaluable lessons she has learned through her work with her clients to larger audiences.


The MOMS on SiriusXMpress and media

Blogger Night
March 27, 2015

moms having it all

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Business Insiderpress and media

Why Smart Women Get Stuck At Work by Ellevate
June 1, 2015

Stacy Kim, Ph.D, founder of Life Junctions coaching practice and author of “The Lighthouse Method,” explains why smart women tend to be more prone to getting stuck. Stacy shares concrete steps for starting on a new path and prepares you for possible pitfalls.

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3 Things You Must Do to Get Your First Promotion by Catherine Conlan

An important part of getting your first promotion is identifying the person who can give it to you — because it might not be your boss. As you work to find ways to stand out with your accomplishments, figure out who your audience should be, says Stacy S. Kim, founder of Life Junctions.

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10 Ways To Have Your Best Day At Work: No-fail strategies to feel happy (or at least less cranky) and be productive all day long by Marygrace Taylor
January 17, 2014

Thinking that there’s such thing as a perfect day at work, or even a perfect job. “Anytime you say ‘perfect,’ you set yourself up for failure. Just going to work with the attitude of ‘I’m going to do the best I can,’ can set you up for success,” says certified career and life coach Stacy Kim, PhD.

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6 Signs Your Job Might Be In Jeopardy by Jennifer Merritt
October 21, 2013

In today’s tenuous economy, this may be something that happens to you on a yearly basis. And while the fact that you get a new boss isn’t a warning sign in itself, how this person treats you can be. “If your boss is being mean to you, or your boss is ignoring you, it can be a blow,” says Stacy Kim, certified career and life coach and founder of Life Junctions in New York City. “But rather than jump to, ‘Okay, now I have to find a job,’ ask yourself, ‘Now what do I do?’”

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She Knows press and media

The Downside of Multitasking by Molly Cerreta Smith
September 23, 2013

Set a timer. Stacy S. Kim, Ph.D., founder of Life Junctions, suggests setting a timer for about 20 minutes, then “ask yourself the question, ‘What is the right thing for me to do right now?'”

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New York Post

Back in Business by Linley Taber
July 15, 2013

For many full-time mothers, the question of how to get back in the professional pipeline can trigger paralyzing feelings of self-doubt. “It happens even to the most accomplished people,” says Stacy Kim.

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Metro press and media

Expert Advice to Avoid Email Overload by Julia Furlan
June 27, 2013

As summer gets into gear and emails pile up over coveted vacations, we checked in with life coach Stacy Kim, founder of the company Life Junctions about how to make sure email overload doesn’t take over our relaxing summers.

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Chicago Tribunepress and media

Some Find Telecommuting a Mixed Blessing by Carol Kleiman
November 6, 2001

Teleworking parents report they have greater difficulty focusing on work and feel their work interferes with their parenting more often than non-teleworking parents do. Ellen Galinsky and Stacy Kim, a senior researcher at the institute, did the report for the U.S. Department of Labor. They studied 602 parents and 1,023 children to ascertain positive and negative effects of telecommuting.

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Sun Sentinelpress and media

Flex-time Pays Dividends for Companies by Carol Kleiman
July 10, 2000

Employers who facilitate the return of new mothers to the workplace by allowing them to work part time are making a good investment, says Stacy S. Kim, a senior research associate at Families and Work Institute in New York. “Give them an inch,” she advises employers, “and they’ll give you back a mile. Trust them. You know they’ve worked hard in the past and will continue to work hard.”

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Chicago Tribunepress and media

Part-time Options Can Pay Dividends For Employers by Carol Kleiman
July 4, 2000

Kim, formerly a researcher with Northwestern University’s Institute for Policy Research in Evanston, will receive her doctorate in education this fall from the University of Pennsylvania. Research for her doctoral thesis on work and family issues included a study of the return to work, either full time or part time, of first-time mothers. One phase of the study focused on 62 professional women in Chicago who had been employed full time; their average age after their first child was born was 31. After childbirth, 32 of the women switched to part-time work, a factor, Kim found, “of being able to afford to, having jobs that allow for part-time work and working for bosses who were family-friendly. Ninety-seven percent said their current work schedule is the main reason they still work for their employers.”

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Diversity Crossingpress and media

How To Cope When You’re Overworked

Sometimes employees can talk with an employer about the workload, says Stacy Kim, co-author of the Families and Work Institute report. Managers don’t want to lose good employees and will often work with their staffs to find ways to ease the workload if it becomes unbearable.

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