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The Great Breakup: Why Women Leaders Are Calling It Quits

And where they’re going. Over the past two years, something contagious swept through the American workforce. We’re not talking about the pandemic, but rather the spread of an interesting sentiment: Employees grew detached from their…

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9 Reasons Why We Need More Female Leaders in Workplace

Female leaders in the workplace are crucial to the success of an organization. It has been observed that women who hold leadership roles are more likely to be proactive, supportive, and engaged with their teams than…

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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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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.

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Progressive Women Look to Revamp Label’s Image

Progressive women are reemerging as a powerful force in the midterm elections, moving further away from the white male image that has dominated the left’s narrative. As moderate female lawmakers look…