Reprinted from: LeanIn.org By: Stephanie Taylor Christensen (This is the second segment in a ten part series from LeanIn.org) Lesson #2: YOU DIDN’T ADEQUATELY PREP FOR AN INTERVIEW You’re burned out from months of job hunting. You’re overconfident. You’re just not that into the position—but you need a job. Whatever the reason, not knowing enough […]
When opportunity knocks, will you grab courage and take the seat?
Reprinted from: LeanIn.org By: Stephanie Taylor Christensen of LearnVest Some of the most important lessons you learn during your first decade working in “the real world” come from one source: the school of hard knocks. There are professional failures you can’t predict, opportunities that end up being too good to be true, and moments when […]
Girls compete with each other. Women empower one another.
Ad of the Day: Girls Are Unstoppable in Next Phase of Always ‘Like a Girl’ Campaign They smash their limitations in latest Leo Burnett spot By Gabriel Beltrone Reprinted from http://www.adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/ad-day-girls-are-unstoppable-next-phase-always-girl-campaign-165784 Last summer, Procter & Gamble’s Always scored a big hit with its stereotype-crushing “Like a Girl” ad, which then got a slot on the […]
Reprinted from LeanIn.org: Lean In contributors Mana Nakagawa and Kunal Modi explore how men are getting involved in women’s organizations at top universities By Mana Nakagawa and Kunal Modi on March 4, 2015. One critical thread in the conversation around women’s leadership? The effort to engage men. How can we—men and women—educate ourselves on the […]
“Teach your daughters to worry less about fitting into glass slippers and more about shattering glass ceilings.”