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Learn why it helps to think of what’s best for everyone no matter who you negotiate with.
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Lean In Dec 6
Sexual harassment is far more common in some workplaces than others. In this video, Stanford sociologist Marianne Cooper explains why—and how we can work together to create lasting change.
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MAKERS Dec 6
Sandra Oh is the first Asian person EVER to host one of the major awards shows and we are HERE 👏 FOR 👏 IT. 👏
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Lean In Dec 6
Women who find themselves the “only” of their gender at work are almost twice as likely to experience sexual harassment in their career. On this week, we talk to experts about what companies can do about it.
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Nikki Waller Dec 5
Under pressure to perform. On guard. Isolated: What it's like when you’re the only woman in the room. Thanks to and for hosting a vital conversation about women's life at work. Listen in:
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Lean In Dec 5
Last month, 35 women became brand-new members of the U.S. House of Representatives—part of an incoming class that is the most diverse by race and gender in Congress's 230-year history. Meet some of the members-elect who are making history.
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Lean In Dec 5
This year, women started movements and won elections—and a whole lot more. Here's a quick roundup of what women achieved in 2018.
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Lean In Dec 4
Almost 25 percent of respondents reported that although they believed women should have equal opportunities in their careers and in political participation—women should still take on more responsibility around the house.
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Lean In Dec 4
Under pressure to perform. On guard. Isolated. When you’re the only or one of the only women in the room, your workplace experience is significantly worse. On , we join experts to dig into new research on what it means to be the only one.
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Rachel Thomas Dec 4
The latest Women in the Workplace report shows that women are too often the only or one of the only women in a room at work — they often feel on guard, more pressure, and isolated. On , we dig into this experience—and what needs to change.
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Lean In Dec 3
, MIT professor and author of “Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” shares his thoughts on the future of AI in this episode of . Listen and subscribe!
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Lean In Dec 3
Reducing bias in our hiring process is important to us. We talked to about how we use tech to streamline our diversity and inclusion efforts.
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MAKERS Nov 30
Remembering Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman in Congress, on what would have been her 94th birthday. “If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.” 💪
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Lean In Nov 30
✨ Slovenia’s government just appointed Maj. Gen. Alenka Ermenc as the head of the armed forces—making her the first woman in the country to take up the post and the only woman army chief among NATO countries. ✨
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TIME'S UP Nov 28
For the first time in Sundance history, more than half of films in the dramatic competition this year have a female director.
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UN Women Nov 20
Violence against women is NOT inevitable. Everybody has a role to play to prevent it from happening. Get your facts:
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Rachel Thomas Nov 29
A meaningful and moving talk by on how acceptance and healing are a continual process after hardship. This is a must-watch. Thank you, Boz for sharing your story and inspiring us to take an active approach to life’s challenges.
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Lean In Nov 27
Writers and editors at The Harvard Crimson have gone on to be presidents and media execs, but the newspaper has never had a Black woman president in its 145-year history. Kristine Guillaume just changed that—we can’t wait to see what she does next.
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