07 Nov
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Kamala Harris: “Electing More Women To Office Is Vital In the United States”

“Electing women is about equity and representation for everyone.” Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono’s comment, in regard to Christine Blasey Ford’s credible accusation of sexual assault by recently appointed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, served as a powerful example of courage and frustration by an elected official. She continued, “We have to create an environment where […]

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06 Jun
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7 Biggest Challenges Women Leaders Face And How To Overcome Them

With women still pushing to reach the top, they are faced with a range of challenges that many of their male CEO counterparts don’t have an understanding of. It is these issues that are preventing many women from achieving their goal of becoming a leader at their company and diminishing their ability to get ahead […]

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04 Jun
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Stacey Cunningham is The First Female Leader of NYSE in 226 Years.

Stacey Cunningham made history last month when she became the first female president of the New York Stock Exchange in the institution’s 226-year history. Cunningham — who began her career with the exchange as a 19-year-old intern in 1994 — said she was touched when colleagues said she was an example for their own daughters. […]

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09 May
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Five Myths About Women In Leadership

Women leaders are on the rise. Books are being written about women in leadership, media outlets are weighing in by hosting forums and producing special reports, and affinity groups in the workplace are engaging and leaning in. So, aside from repercussions of #MeToo, why is there so much discussion about women coming into their own and coming into […]

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18 Apr
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How Female Leaders Can Renew Their Mental Energy.

For female leaders, there is no shortage of advice for how to reach the top. By learning to lean in, speak out, negotiate, delegate, and a dozen other behaviors, women everywhere are launching themselves through the glass ceilings of their organizations, landing jobs at or near the C-suite level. But what happens after the promotion? While top-level […]

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