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Our Love/Hate Relationship With Hillary Clinton Will Never End

Joanne Bamberger | Posted 11.03.2016 | Politics
Joanne Bamberger

No American politician who has run for president has survived the media and voter hostility that Hillary Rodham Clinton has. She is clearly in a category all her own. But as voters, there are four Hillary groups Americans fall into -- lovers, haters, those who hate to love her and those who love to hate her.

The Cupcake Stigma and Respect for Women Entrepreneurs

Joanna L. Krotz | Posted 11.02.2016 | Business
Joanna L. Krotz

Cultural biases and conventions simply don't put "woman" and "entrepreneur" in the same space. The archetype remains tethered to the hunter male, a relentless warrior who vanquishes any and all unbelievers. Women continue to be seen by funders, and really the public at large, as newbies or juniors-in-training.

Why More Girls Should Play Sports

Helen Drinan | Posted 10.23.2016 | Women
Helen Drinan

The push for gender equity has been long and hard. Many women, including myself, have endured challenges of subtle and not-so-subtle biases in the workplace. The next generation of women will face new and different obstacles, but the preparation girls and women receive from participating in competitive sports will enable many more of them to reach higher and to go further.

Aspiring Female Entrepreneurs: Never Say Never

Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke | Posted 10.20.2016 | Impact
Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke

The courage and resourcefulness of these girls and women help me put things in perspective. They remind me why I set out on my own entrepreneurial (ad)venture. They humble yet embolden me: "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it."

New Campaign Launches to Define 21st Century Feminism

Tabby Biddle | Posted 10.21.2016 | Women
Tabby Biddle

For a long time, I did not consider myself a feminist. In fact, for most of my life, I did not consider myself a feminist. This is embarrassing to admit, knowing what I know now. How could I have not been a feminist?

Acting on a Moment of Career Courage

Margaret Ruvoldt | Posted 10.19.2016 | Business
Margaret Ruvoldt

In preparing for a group mentoring session recently, I found myself reflecting on examples from my career that I could share with the group about courage. We had been discussing the importance of demonstrating leadership before you are given a title or responsibilities beyond the scope of what might be found in your job description.

Brené Brown and Elizabeth Gilbert Take the Stage Together at Emerging Women Live 2015

Chantal Pierrat | Posted 10.16.2016 | Women
Chantal Pierrat

If you're like us and absolutely adore both Brené Brown and Elizabeth Gilbert, you've probably seen their selfies with each other, their shout-outs to each other on social media and in the press, and maybe you've even been following them side-by-side the last few months as they journey together through their respective book tours.

Who Will Be the First Female CEO in Big Pharma?

Jessica Federer | Posted 10.16.2016 | Business
Jessica Federer

So now the only question is, who will be the first female CEO of a big Pharma company? I cannot wait to find out. And I will be waiting in line to give her my support to help deliver great results, and open more doors for more women in our industry, and in all industries.

The Number One Reason Every Person Is a Leader

Miriam Linderman | Posted 10.14.2016 | Business
Miriam Linderman

Over many years as a corporate leader working with senior executives, I came to think about leadership in a certain way. Leading and leadership meant being part of an organizing body. The more substantial the title, the bigger the leader.

Leadership 101: 3 Key Lessons on Advancing Racial Equity

Dr. Artika R. Tyner | Posted 10.15.2016 | Black Voices
Dr. Artika R. Tyner

As I observed Bonnie Allen's advocacy work, I learned the importance of building key strategic partnerships in order to address inequities and eradicate marginalization. Allen provides inspiration for attorneys to leverage their leadership skills to advance social change.

The Framing of Gender Apartheid: Amnesty International and Prostitution

Taina Bien-Aime | Posted 10.13.2016 | World
Taina Bien-Aime

What would happen if every country decriminalized prostitution? Not just the few that have already disastrously done so, but what if every government legitimized pimps and brothel owners and failed to hold men accountable for purchasing human beings for sex?

Women Leaders Speak: Q&A with Melissa Rosenthal Brenner, SVP of Digital Media for the National Basketball Association

Tania Yuki | Posted 10.04.2016 | Business
Tania Yuki

Don't be afraid to delegate. Listen to your co-workers. Be open to dialogue but trust in your decisions. Know what you don't know. As Senior Vice P...

Leadership Redefined: The Time Is Now

The Modern Femme Movement | Posted 09.24.2016 | Women
The Modern Femme Movement

Being a leader is not a title held only by the smartest and the fittest. Sadly most people, especially women, don't see themselves as leaders simply because they don't manage a company, organization or teams of people. However, those same people are parents, partners, volunteers, family members, and friends. All of those roles have a leadership component to them one way or another.

3 Mistakes Leaders Avoid

Miriam Linderman | Posted 09.22.2016 | Business
Miriam Linderman

However, you and I also want to serve our inner calling, and for that, we need to put on a saddle and go through some paces.

Like a Boss: The Rise of Carly Fiorina

Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. | Posted 09.22.2016 | Women
Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq.

She represented every woman who had ever felt marginalized but kept her cool and her dignity. While some pundits called for her to be more cutting, she left the debate stage with a firm grasp on the moral high ground in that back and forth.

Is Perfectionism Robbing Women of Their Fairytale Career?

Marion Chamberlain | Posted 09.02.2016 | Business
Marion Chamberlain

What can we do to help women move into top management positions? Well, it may require us to move beyond just pointing the finger at antiquated leadership structures (i.e. hierarchical, old boys' club, etc.) and offering cookie-cutter women's leadership development programs.

Women Leaders Speak: Q&A With Gayle Fuguitt, CEO and President of the Advertising Research Foundation

Tania Yuki | Posted 09.01.2016 | Business
Tania Yuki

Gayle Fuguitt became CEO and President of The Advertising Research Foundation in April 2013. During her 2 1/2 years at the helm, Gayle -- the first woman to lead this 79-year-old organization -- has built a legacy of new insight.

How Trust Gets You in Trouble: 6 Alternatives You Can Use Instead

Thuy Sindell | Posted 08.31.2016 | Business
Thuy Sindell

"I don't trust you..." It's the sentence we all dread. How can someone not trust me? I'm a good person. Trust is one of those incredibly loaded words. What trust means to one person may mean something else to someone else.

Refocusing Boy Scouts Post-SCOTUS: Making Global Citizens

Stephan Said | Posted 08.17.2016 | Politics
Stephan Said

With its many millions of youth aspiring to such a forward thinking global citizenship, the potential of Scouting in today's rapidly changing world landscape cannot be underestimated, and should be maximized.

How to Operationalize Your Women's Leadership Strategy

Jeffery Tobias Halter | Posted 08.12.2016 | Business
Jeffery Tobias Halter

For your Integrated Women's Leadership Strategy to succeed, you need to engage the Four Most Important Business Functions to operationalize and execute the plan with a sense of urgency.

The Summer Wind of Change

Write for the Future | Posted 07.31.2016 | College
Write for the Future

The summers I knew were gone. Instead of flip flops, I wore sensible pumps. Instead of immersing my toes in the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean, I dipped my feet into adulthood.

Supporting Women of Color in the Workplace

Brennon Marcano | Posted 07.29.2016 | Business
Brennon Marcano

While many have written substantively about what women and women of color can do to help each other and "lean in" in the workplace, there's been little focus on the important role men play in creating equitable work environments.

Top 3 Leadership Attributes Women Need in the 21st Century

Rebecca Shambaugh | Posted 07.22.2016 | Business
Rebecca Shambaugh

A 2015 study found that the majority of the American public agrees that women are as capable and qualified for corporate leadership as men are. But as we all know, at the end of the day, that vote of confidence hasn't resulted in gender equality in top leadership positions.

The Terrible Fallout of Self-Criticism

Miriam Linderman | Posted 07.22.2016 | Women
Miriam Linderman

One of the biggest hurdles to self-confidence is that unrelenting, critical inner voice, that habitual rake-you-over-the-coals-just-for-breathing jeer that keeps you small, invisible and ashamed. Your inner voice needs to be your champion and advocate, not your persecutor.

92nd Street Y and Ellevate Network Launch Video Series to Give Voice to Women Leaders

Ellevate | Posted 07.16.2016 | Women

92nd Street Y and Ellevate Network announce the launch of their dynamic "Women Who Lead" video series, spotlighting women leaders in business, finance, technology and media. The series features Ellevate Network's Chair, Sallie Krawcheck and other female executives.