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The Graduation Advice We Wish We'd Been Given

The Graduation Advice We Wish We'd Been Given | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
"Volunteer for the garbage," and other tips from HBR authors.
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Women Hating on Women Isn’t the Problem

Women Hating on Women Isn’t the Problem | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
Read more » (RT @AAUWFellowships: The cost of not fitting the female stereotype is high, especially for women in leadership: http://t.co/T2YWyBULZV #fem2)...
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Working mothers: the two year crunch point

Working mothers: the two year crunch point | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
Melanie Richards: Supporting women who return to work after maternity leave is most important two years in, KPMG has discovered (How should #women get back on their career tracks post mat leave?
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In a Meritocracy, Sexism Is Shocking and Hard to Believe

In a Meritocracy, Sexism Is Shocking and Hard to Believe | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
We do not live in a meritocracy, not even in the most privileged corners of the country where diverse, academically driven kids enjoy access to what might legitimately be seen as unlimited opportunities.
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Equal-Pay Champion Lilly Ledbetter To Working Women: Learn How To Negotiate - WLRN

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Equal-Pay Champion Lilly Ledbetter To Working Women: Learn How To Negotiate
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And Lilly Ledbetter has some advice for working women at any stage of their careers: learn how to negotiate.
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Leaning In: The 10 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned Businesses

Leaning In: The 10 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned Businesses | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
Women Presidents Organization reveals its annual ranking of the top 50 women-led businesses in North America. We look at the leaders of the pack.
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Gender parity on company boards – a 212-year wait

Gender parity on company boards – a 212-year wait | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
If current trends continue it will be 212 years before British boards achieve gender parity.
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Women as transformational leaders

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While working on my Review of Literature for my dissertation on women leadership in the mid 1990s, I came across a study by Patricia Lee Sky that focused on women as transformational leaders who seek to change individual citizens, their states,...

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Why success depends on a woman's sense of leadership identity - Women's Agenda

Why success depends on a woman's sense of leadership identity - Women's Agenda | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
Women's Agenda Why success depends on a woman's sense of leadership identity Women's Agenda The research I completed over the past three years (as well as my work with women over more than a decade), highlights the need to tackle this in two key...
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Warren Buffett is bullish ... on women

Warren Buffett is bullish ... on women | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
In an exclusive essay the Berkshire Hathaway Chairman explains why women are key to America's prosperity.
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career: At Stanford lecture, Sandberg urges women to seek leadership roles 04-06

career: At Stanford lecture, Sandberg urges women to seek leadership roles 04-06 | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
At Stanford lecture, Sandberg urges women to seek leadership roles."It is that leadership gap we need to close," http://t.co/WqQ3rLCUzj
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Women as corporate leaders - Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Women as corporate leaders
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“As with a lot of issues in metro Atlanta, women leaders' approaches are shaped in part by the many places they come from,” Kelly said when asked what she learned from the series.
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Women Still Struggle to Get to the Top

Women Still Struggle to Get to the Top | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
While Sheryl Sandberg in her book Lean In insists it's up to women to help themselves, men and organizations also need to "lean in" and reframe their thinking about women in leadership positions.

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Quit procrastinating corporate Australia and get more women into leadership - Women's Agenda

Quit procrastinating corporate Australia and get more women into leadership - Women's Agenda | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it
Women's Agenda Quit procrastinating corporate Australia and get more women into leadership Women's Agenda He made the comments at the launch of new guidelines from Women on Boards that companies can use for gathering data to monitor, evaluate and...
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Women & Leadership: Ten Critical Steps Forward (for women & men)

Women & Leadership: Ten Critical Steps Forward (for women & men) | gender issues in organizations | Scoop.it

A post for women and men who seek to empower stronger and better leadership in a world of unprecedented change, challenges and opportunities.  The future lies in the hands of those who can empower and enable others.  It is time for women and men to light the fire of human potential, of great leadership; doing so starts with women leading forward!

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, March 20, 2013 11:05 AM

 

5.  Stop competing, start collaborating. Celebrate the biological differences that can make us stronger TOGETHER.


===> The "WE"... <===