Emma Forster, a 32-year-old marketer, makes a poignant observation about her career. “I feel like as a woman it’s always either that you’re too young or too old. Maybe there’s one day in my life where I’ll be just the right age for something.” Unfortunately, the stark...
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Cross-Generational Networking Is A Win-Win For Employees And Their Organization. So Why Don’t We Do It?
Understanding the benefit of cross generational networking will inspire more interaction at all levels and remove unnecessary bias from the workplace.
Do Professional Women Over 50 Have An Expiration Date? How Gendered Ageism Sabotages Women’s Careers
The expiration date for women may be unconscious and unintentional, but it is a reality that professional women face as they age in the workforce.
There’s little push back today on the importance of diversity and inclusion for business. The benefits include improving financial performance, leveraging talents, reflecting the marketplace, and increasing innovation and group performance.
There are many workplace obstacles for women and valid reasons to explain why women aren’t getting ahead.
But here’s the reality: We still haven’t accepted the fact that it takes more than our hard work and great performance to get promoted. It also takes political savvy.
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What Brain Science Teaches Us About What We’re Experiencing During The Pandemic And How We Can Cope, Survive, And Thrive.
The pandemic is here and here for the foreseeable future. That’s our reality. As professional women, we are learning to cope, trying our best to survive and take care of ourselves, our family, and our team. But at what price? Certainly, if you’re feeling exhausted,...
Women of all ages face many challenges in the workplace; equal pay, sexism, lack of flexibility and sponsorship and opportunity for advancement. Recent graduates beginning their careers, work hard to gain credibility and visibility in a competitive environment. Working mothers struggle to keep their careers on track and maintain their ambition with the demands of raising a family. And women of the baby boomer generation who started working in the 1970’s; the trailblazers who succeeded in male-dominated companies, also face new challenges.
Organizations across all geographies and industries are currently scrambling to adapt to the new demands of the pandemic. Business leaders have the difficult task of keeping their companies viable while providing an environment that is both safe for employees and conducive to fostering productivity.