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November 22, 2016: Edition 89

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ORIGINAL CONTENT AND FRESH NEWS YOU NEED NOW
Thanks For That: 5 Reasons For Women Leaders to Be Grateful  
From supportive male allies to networking possibilities, see why you may want to give thanks more than ever this year. 
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How Likeability Can Work In Your Favor-- To A Point
Research shows teams get more done with a leader who is likeable, but only when authentic. Check out steps you can take to increase your popularity at work.   
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Under Pressure: Strategies for Dealing With Stress and Focusing On Success  
Whether the stress is internal or external, we all still need to perform; here are some strategies to refocus and keep moving.

Gloria's Pick*: Dreading conversations around the Thanksgiving table if your family is fractured politically? Check out these tips for survival. And practice my Power Tool #4 (Embrace Controversy) — you might be surprised by the positive outcomes.
*Take The Lead cofounder and president Gloria Feldt shares what caught her eye this week. Tweet your tips to @GloriaFeldt.

VIDEO OF THE WEEK
Susan Wojicki, CEO of YouTube, says women need to have a larger presence on the Internet.

GREAT STUFF TO READ NOW
An Upbeat Check-In On Women in Business 
Progress and forward momentum is on many fronts for women leaders. 
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20 Women On Splintering The Glass Ceiling 
Women leaders from across the country and fields of discipline weigh in on what's next after the election loss. 
READ IT AT CNN

What's The State of Women in The Workplace?   
A collection of the latest research and projections have not such a rosy view. 
READ IT AT TALENT DEVELOPMENT

Making The Business Case For Women's Empowerment
Christine Lagarde, International Monetary Fund managing director, offers reasons why women are the global key to financial stability.  
READ IT AT IMF

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

"We can’t expect the world to get better by itself. We have to create something we can leave the next generation.”
--Gwen Ifill, co-anchor of PBS News Hour, who died last week from cancer

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