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Selena Rezvani
VP of Consulting/Research ; Award winning author of 2 leadership books including 'Pushback'; Contributor
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Selena Rezvani May 21
Thanks for interviewing me - why we should talk about money more + why more cos. aught to get transparent about pay!
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Selena Rezvani May 20
Replying to @RDGolfMedia
Hey thanks friend!
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Better Allies™ May 17
I refuse to be part of this backlash trend: 60% of male managers are uncomfortable participating in a common work activity with a woman, such as mentoring, working alone, or socializing together.1 That’s a 33% jump from a year ago.
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Selena Rezvani May 15
Yay yay yay! Look at you GO!! So proud of you.
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WIMLF May 7
Female physicians statistically give better care but are paid less than men. That's disparity and it's also the root of the problem.
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HDA May 9
HDA's Women's Executive Forum, a part of Convene, will host a complimentary webinar on 5/16 featuring . Register today to learn about negotiating with confidence and the "art of the ask".
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Career Seekers Show May 3
Tune-in Tuesdays in May & June on 66 & 29 in 2AM - 6AM for the “Best of Career Seekers Marathon”. Can’t stay up that late to watch the show? Just do us a solid and DVR the entire marathon.
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Selena Rezvani May 3
Nothing keeps you on your toes like speaking to women bankers one day and women neurologists the next! Very appreciative for the chance to teach pushback skills to these razor sharp ladies.
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Selena Rezvani May 1
What a high to kick off a 4-city tour with the women of Western Alliance Bank! Next stop: Las Vegas!
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Career Seekers Show Apr 26
Career Seekers Show guest ⁦⁩ speaks to in her ⁦⁩ Advice column. We have the best guest! ⬇️ The Case for Why Millennial Women Should Definitely Job-Hop
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Selena Rezvani Apr 26
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Selena Rezvani Apr 26
Millennials are constantly being shamed for job-hopping. In this new piece in , I argue that millennials, and millennial women in particular, have more to gain from moving around then staying put.
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Selena Rezvani Apr 25
Thanks for including my advice on how to stand up to a colleague who's bossing you around!
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Philly Mag Apr 24
Contributor argues: "We need young women to be a little less loyal to their current jobs and to jump in and make waves."
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Jo Miller Apr 23
I’m glad you broke your own rules of social media to tell us that Karla!
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Karla E. Apr 23
I was staying off social media this week, but I needed to post that this webinar on The New Rules of Teamwork is really good. I’m glad I signed up for it.
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Selena Rezvani Apr 23
Thank you @jj_jose_jiminez! Thrilled you joined us!
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Selena Rezvani Apr 23
Thanks so much ! Lead on!
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Selena Rezvani Apr 19
Go ! You’re so inspiring!
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East Tenth Group Apr 18
In "The Next Generation of Women Leaders" catches up with women in the most prestigious leadership roles, resulting in a narrative of triumphant stories, actionable advice and powerful tools. It's one of our top 10 books about !
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