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Priyanka 2h
Replying to @LeanInIndia
😂😂😂 But I really wanted to yaaa 😂😂😂
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Haseeba Saban (Content Queen) 23h
Thanks for the amazing Improv workshop last night via and team at - I'm still buzzing. Great learnings!
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Ale Wat Dec 3
Just checked the definition of LEAN IN on Merriam Webster, please how does use of the word in any context equate to a swipe People depend on you to report objectively, not mislead viewers.
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BB🐻 8h
R.I.P 😭💔 🎵 Your music lives on & it helps me when I need strength & something to hold onto. Come over when your sober pt. 2 is one of the best I heard from you & so siked it was released!
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Jennifer Walsh Dec 12
When you have a tough day, it’s these small tokens of appreciation that turn it around. This personal note from teacher brightened my month! I’m so happy to be able to make a small difference in building stronger female leaders in our field.
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Gail Fine Dec 9
For almost 2/3 of women, microaggressions—like having to provide more evidence of their competence than men or having their judgment questioned in their area of expertise—are a workplace reality. More details via w/ :
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Homa Sabet Tavangar 9h
Replying to @MrsHeikes @hloewecke
Yes - you'll have to multitask: dinner, baking, wrapping and tweeting!
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Jolee Walker 19h
THIS is how we can all . THIS is how we make our presence known. We don't have to be loud and invasive to be present. We simply need to be present and make our presence known.
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Julia Campbell 👩‍💻🤳🌊 19h
There are so many misconceptions about the movement. The point of the book is that more women need to actively challenge sexism in the workplace, and we need to take more leadership positions or NOTHING WILL CHANGE. Makes complete sense to me.
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Gail Fine Dec 12
For every 100 men promoted to manager, 79 women are. Men end up holding 62% of manager positions, while women hold only 38%. Read more on the progress on gender diversity via McKinsey & Company in partnership with LeanInOrg.
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MediaOutpost 10h
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Virginia Sole-Smith 15h
Love this piece by . See also 's TL/DR version: "That shit doesn't work" but do read the whole piece:
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Steve Shaner Dec 6
Replying to @TaybGinto
… and he never finished high school!
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Alice 4h
Re-reading this inspiring book while getting some winter sun 😎
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She Is Epic Dec 4
Michelle Obama on Sheryl Sandberg's 'Lean In' Strategy: 'That S--t Doesn't Work All the Time' via
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sine qua mom 9h
On having it all-what Sanberg says that it worthwhile is the roadmap-in what order are you parenting or focusing primarily on your career. Understanding the order in which you intend to achieve is important to being successful in each area. Plan is flexible but have one.
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pstirk 21h
Welcome Stevie Nicks as the first ever two-time female Inductee into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Vrava!
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Ravneet Vohra 18h
😏 and be successful at it all !! Makes me shiver at the thought of what the movement did for us women, it’s damaging after affects still nauseate me. Perfect wife / perfect mum/ successful business woman with no thought about .
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Michael Tucker Dec 6
Since the first year of the study in 2015, corporate America made almost no progress improving women’s representation. This year’s findings make it clearer than ever, companies need to double down on their efforts
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@DiversityPuzzle Dec 9
Couldn't say it better myself - Learning to is just not enough we need companies willing to change as well.
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