The latest women's leadership news, research and advice packaged to fit your life. January 24, 2017: Edition 98
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ORIGINAL CONTENT, FRESH NEWS YOU NEED NOW
3 Lessons To Make The Women's March Worthwhile Take The Lead Co-Founder and President Gloria Feldt explains why fighting forward is most effective. TELL ME MORE
Quotas at Davos: Addressing Gender Parity Globally Check in on the World Economic Forum highlights where they hosted the most women participants ever in its history. TELL ME MORE
Stereotypes Don't Fly Anymore, So
Fix Them Women leaders in the workplace can move past the stereotypes that bind them. TELL ME MORE
Marching Into Action: Take The Lead Leads The Way Forward Following the largest series of parallel protests in U.S. history, Take The Lead hosted an event aimed at the future. TELL ME MORE
Gloria's Pick*:"Power Unused Is Power Useless": The Guardian's commentary,“Without a Path from Protest to Power, the Women’s March Will End up Like Occupy"
teaches that lesson all over again. Tweet @takeleadwomen how you will use your power TO. *Tweet your tips for Gloria's pick to @gloriafeldt. Gloria Feldt is the president and co-founder of Take The Lead.
VIDEO OF THE WEEK
Global Girl Media shows what marching means to generations of women.
GREAT STUFF TO READ NOW
It's Normal For Women To Lead Gloria Feldt, Take The Lead president and co-founder, says the notion of women leaders is the norm, not the exception. READ IT AT MOTTO Daddy Struggles To Balance, Too Fathers arerecently facing the parenting traps in their careers, a new study shows. READ IT AT SBS Can't Trust This According to the Edelman Trust Survey, people's trust in media, government, business and more has fallen. READ IT AT HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW Stop Imitating Him Why this Wall Street powerhouse says women shouldn’t try to be like men at work - The Washington Post
Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest Financial, says women need to stop acting like men in business and act like themselves.
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