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Lean In 8h
"Women will make up more than half of 's board next month after 2 male directors retire, leaving 6 female directors, including chair Mary Barra, to 5 men." We're nowhere near workplace equality, but we're celebrating the ups on the way! 🙌🏽
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Lean In 13h
Yes! We need *both* women and men to create change and reach true equality. Thank you for the support!
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Lean In 15h
👉🏼 Spotted: microaggressions in the workplace.
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aileenlee May 18
ugh... new + research shows senior level men are 12X more hesitant to meet alone w junior women than w junior men. To make the workplace equal, men need to support women – that starts w supporting & meeting w them. Men, don't be afraid!
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Lean In May 19
Take a few minutes to check-in with yourself. To help, here are some of our favorite sources for mental health reads via
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Lean In May 18
"The daily rhetoric of off-handed sexism has to stop. I’m telling you this because I have two daughters who will grow up to change the world..." via
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MAKERS May 18
tell em' Topanga. 👏 👏
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SurveyMonkey for HR May 17
New research from and : 60% of managers who are men are uncomfortable participating in common workplace activities with a woman –– that’s a 32% jump from a year ago. Here's what managers and companies can do about it.
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Andrew Nusca May 17
"Senior men are now more hesitant to work with junior women across a range of activities. One-on-one meetings: 12X more likely to hesitate. Business travel: 9X more likely to hesitate. Work dinners: 6X more likely. This is disastrous."
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SurveyMonkey May 17
For the last two years, we've partnered with to understand what men and women are experiencing in the workplace. Here’s what we learned.
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Lean In May 17
60% of managers who are men are uncomfortable participating in common work activities with women. Not harassing women is not enough. To get to equality, men need to mentor and sponsor women – and that starts with working together.
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Lean In May 16
"When researchers compared results between participants in a resting state who used a against those that didn’t, the ones utilizing the mantra reached a more advanced state of psychological calm. Who doesn’t want that?"
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Lean In May 16
That's 33 women leading 500 Companies 👏🏼 – we're hitting a new record!
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Lean In May 15
“These are shocking numbers. We really need to eradicate this,” said Christina Blacklaws, president of the Law Society. Since many incidents go unreported, it’s possible that the industry “wasn’t aware of the scale and size of the problem." 😳
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Rachel Thomas May 15
A woman's right to choose is fundamental. Laws that strip away women's liberties or put them physically at risk should be relics of the past. Women — and all of us — deserve better.
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Lean In May 15
Reproductive rights are human rights. Women deserve better.
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Lean In May 14
Yes, yes, yes! Inspired by you all, Nicola Fox, Sandra Cauffman, and Lori Gaze,👏🏼 .
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Lean In May 13
"By referring to maternity leave as generous, we’re doling out unearned credit to reluctant employers in a country that lags embarrassingly far behind not just other industrialized countries, but the whole world." —
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shonda rhimes May 12
To all of you — the moms, the ones hoping to be moms, the ones sick of people asking WHEN you will be moms, the ones who never wanted to be moms but end up mothering out of need — Happy Mother’s Day. The struggle is real. It’s full of love. But it’s real.
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Adam Grant May 12
Married women do 30min more housework per day than single moms, which translates into less sleep and leisure time. New data: it holds for women who work full-time and those who don't. Today is the day for men to start closing the gap. Happy
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