Here are a few things imposter syndrome can teach you about yourself.
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“Success and likability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women.” In other words, the higher a woman ascends on the corporate ladder, the less likeable she is perceived to be, while the opposite holds true for men.
Inaction in the face of harassment and intimidation is unthinkable when we all have the power to speak up and demand change in the workplace.
Learn more about Barbra Mikulski, the longest-serving woman in the history of the U.S. Congress.
There were some significant feminist movements occurring during those periods that both helped change women’s work suits—and shake up the U.S. workforce at the same time. Here are five movements from 1910-1960 that had a major impact.
It’s an unsettling fact: The percentage of female federal hires has decreased in recent years. There are a number of factors that are impacting this dynamic, and one may be the need to better understand the women that federal agencies are trying to attract.
Avoid being a workplace bully, and concentrate your energy on improving the workplace for generations of women to come. I promise, it’ll be worth it.
In the past five years, women have hit some significant milestones in the workforce.
We need to facilitate women’s identification with their demographic group to help them manage their professional relationships, develop alliances and mentor relationships with other women.
The thought behind this trend is that if women could only speak more like men, we would increase our odds of achieving success in male-dominated environments. But not everyone agrees – an interesting counter argument has risen that begs the question: should women talk more like men at work, or should men talk more like... Read more »