Interesting Statistics from "Women Don't Ask:... →
Read this book! Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide Interesting Statistics It’s Necessary for Women to Negotiate Now More Than Ever Before Between May 2001 and May 2002, 39 percent of the American workforce changed jobs. In 2000, 76.8 percent of women aged 25 to 54 worked outside the home. The divorce rate hovers at 50 percent. Union membership is down 33 percent...
Ladypreneurs - Featured in Glamour! →
Exciting news, m’ladyfriends… this Ladypreneurs Tumblr was featured in Glamour Mag!
Derailing for Dummies →
A simple step by step guide to derailing awkward conversations by dismissing and trivializing your opposition’s perspective and experience. Just some of the many issues you can apply it to: sexism racism classism homophobia fatphobia Ha… amazing! Some real gems in here. Enjoy!
Introducing: Equal Pay Day Ryan Gosling | The... →
Ryan Gosling gets it. I get him. We should get together and talk about it. ;) via Change the Ratio
Female Founders To Watch Building Hardware... →
Rockstar Female Makers! YES!!
Damn, Girl: New York Has Almost Double The Female... →
Aww yaaa, NY!
Rookie » Getting Over Girl Hate →
Wow, I LOVE this. It’s so awesome to see more being published around supporting your fellow woman. Here here! Let’s raise each other up, ladies. Big thanks to @missrogue for passing along this one.
Women 2.0 » Why Women Continue to Lag Behind Men... →
Ladies: Set out to be a strong role model and leader in your field; inspire young women entrepreneurs in the process!
Ashley Judd Slaps Media in the Face for... →
Ashley Judd is my hero! This article is spot on and highlights how vitriol and slander focused on appearance only engenders competition and fear between women. Hugs & high fives, Ashley! You’re an inspiration to all women, and I for one am incredibly grateful you’ve taken the time to speak up and let ‘em have it.
Women: The Key to an Economy Built to Last (PDF) →
The White House Council on Women and Girls “Today, more than ever before, women are playing a central role in the American economy. Women now make up nearly 50% of our workforce, are a growing number of breadwinners in their families, and are the majority of students in our colleges and graduate schools. American women own 30% of small businesses, which generate $1.2 trillion a year in...
Why Facebook – and every company – needs a diverse... →
“A lack of diversity is not simply a problem of “optics.” In the modern world, it does look odd not to have it, but does diversity make a difference in real economic terms? Does it actually affect the bottom line? To my mind the answer is a resounding yes. We do not need diversity for diversity’s sake, but because diversity on the board contributes to the profitability of the business....
8 Ways Women Undermine Themselves with Their Words →
Congratulations to my friend Tara Sophia Mohr for being on New Day, sharing her gospel about Playing Big! I definitely do #3 way too often, making a disclaimer for what I’m about to say. I’ve been working on it! Which ones could you use to work on?