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Jessica Chivers Aug 15
Have you ever experienced ‘gymslip syndrome’? It’s a new phrase for me - the act of slipping into a ridiculous role of feeling like a schoolgirl talking nonsense in the presence of posh, older men.
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𝘋𝘳. 𝘪𝘳 𝘑𝘰𝘩𝘢𝘯𝘯𝘦𝘴 𝘋𝘳𝘰𝘰𝘨𝘩𝘢𝘢𝘨 Nov 12
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Kim Kelly, MD Apr 24
I have 3 minutes at the 🎤 at What do you think I should highlight?? Medicine
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Dr. Lillian Erdahl MD Jun 23
We Asked Men and Women to Wear Sensors at Work. They Act the Same but Are Treated Very Differently ⁦ explained—we need to fix the system, not the women.
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SAGE Jun 9
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She+ Geeks Out Aug 20
Women make up over half the population but under 30% of executives nationwide. Help close the in SF on Aug 21 at |
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General Abubakar Hidima, Ph.D. Aug 10
God bless you Matawalle. May Allah assist you in discharging your duties. Zamfara is working ⚒. We need leaders like you to help rescue this sinking ship.
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Juliet 'Kego | #Poetry4Change Aug 17
Replying to @julietkego
15/ E.g Youth have been crying out non-stop about bad governance in certain states. Their cries are being ignored. When that spills over into demonstrations of anger/assault, yes, we shall all condemn it, however we should pay attention to how these things ferment.
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Kim Churches Jul 24
Inspiring night w/ 200+ who came out to learn leadership, negotiation & career skills w/ on a beautiful evening. 2gether we can close the and ! thanks to for tremendous support & for hosting.
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ACP MA Governor - Dr. Elisa Choi, MD, FACP, FIDSA Aug 3
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Lyn Sonnenberg 🇨🇦 Apr 9
Replying to @MKChan_RCPSC @WHO and 5 others
Women leaders often expand health agenda, strengthening health for all!
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#WomenInMedicine Chat Jul 28
And last, but not least it's time for Q5: What is the most urgent issue to address and focus on how for ? ? ? ? ? Etc? -
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JulieT, MD Jul 28
A5: if we can fix the , then will be “easier” to normalize discussions on , diversity and address bias, harassment, worklife balance. If the leaders don’t believe in it, it will never be a priority.
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FairShareWL Dec 9
If most leaders are male (and they are), and leaders choose in-group members who are like them, then a large portion of out-group members will be women. This realization is a significant contributing factor to the global and .
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NJMEP Jul 1
A new NJMEP scholarship is available for the Pro-Action Education Network™ Train-the-Mentor program. Are you looking for a way to up-skill the workforce?
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Kanu Oct 17
Replying to @agrawalkanu
Today learnt about the and how it contributes to the
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Rakhee K. Bhayani, MD Jul 28
A5. Difficult to choose just one. If we can mitigate biases that will help level the field by allowing more in positions of power to help bring about system wide changes in culture. This would hopefully help eliminate .
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Getting Smart May 20
leaders should ask themselves: Who do we encourage to take on leadership positions in student organizations, or participate in influential university committees? Who are we mentoring? Do they all look the same?
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Jenny Bencardino MD May 21
Replying to @choo_ek @TheAtlantic
Searching for good sources addressing gender disparities in leadership and pondering about the use of hashtag . The search term retrieved reading material that doesn’t have to do with gender bias. Is a better choice?
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Aspire Ascend Oct 21
One of the biggest reasons women aren’t getting ahead at work, according to a new survey
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