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Meet the Tough Women Leaders Taking on Vladimir Putin

It’s striking, the large number of brave women who are leading the protests against Iran’s violent and vicious theocratic regime. It’s likewise notable that young women lead the Ukrainian organization just awarded the Nobel Peace…

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How To Measure the Impact of #MeToo?

Last spring, the fate of an entire global movement was decided in a single Virginia courtroom. Or so the story went. The actors and ex-spouses Amber Heard and Johnny Depp were dueling over defamation charges.

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How Women Are Leading the Protests in Iran

The New York Times analyzed dozens of videos circulating online for insights about what is propelling the demonstrations, and how women are leading the movement.

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3 Negotiation Myths Still Harming Women’s Careers

We work with professional women all the time on their career negotiations: training them, advising their employers, and studying their successes and pitfalls. One of us (Kathryn) is a negotiation coach and trainer and the…

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50 Over 50: Women Stepping into Their Power in Life’s Second Half

The most successful female entrepreneur in U.S. history. A groundbreaking Silicon Valley venture capitalist. Hollywood’s most influential stage mom. The nation’s first Black female Supreme Court Justice. Diane Hendricks, Theresia Gouw, Kris Jenner and Ketanji…

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Men Are Worse Allies Than They Think

A new study reveals a persistent gap between men and women in their perceptions of how men are truly showing up — or not — in the workplace. This gendered disparity was magnified when survey participants were asked about many of the salient micro-behaviors aligned with allyship for gender equity. Men are also more likely to view themselves and other men as active allies and advocates than women do, but men who participate in allyship programs appear to be more aware of what real allyship action looks like and are more likely to report taking actions to mitigate gender inequity.