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'We Are Ready for the Next Wave of the Women's Movement'

The European Magazine | Posted 10.15.2013 | Women
The European Magazine

According to former Hillary Clinton advisor Anne-Marie Slaughter, "women still can't have it all." She sat down with Florian Guckelsberger and Julia Korbik to discuss women in the workplace, the end of men, and why we shouldn't expect female leaders to raise women's issues.

The Kidfree Are All Right -- Yes, Someone Needed To Say It

The Huffington Post | Margaret Wheeler Johnson | Posted 08.04.2013 | Women

At first glance, Time's new cover story, "The Childfree Life," looks a lot like another example of what Salon's Anna North recently referred to as "wo...

Why Anne-Marie Slaughter Thinks We Need A 'Men's Movement'

The Huffington Post | Julie Zeilinger | Posted 07.23.2013 | Women

When Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote the now-iconic piece "Why Women Still Can't Have It All" for The Atlantic a year ago, she had no idea she'd launch a f...

If This Is a Game, I Don't Get the Rules

Rachel Braun Scherl | Posted 09.14.2013 | Women
Rachel Braun Scherl

Learn to care about somebody, learn that you can pursue goals while loving someone, learn to be vulnerable, learn how to recover from hurt, learn how to share your hopes and dreams, learn how to let someone love you, and learn how to love them in all their imperfect glory.

Men Struggle With Work-Life Balance, And That's A Good Thing

Liz O'Donnell | Posted 08.29.2013 | Women
Liz O'Donnell

Work-life should not be a mothering issue, It shouldn't even be a parenting issue. It should be a workplace issue.

Amy J. Sennett: Impact as the Third Metric for Women and Men

Amy J. Sennett | Posted 08.11.2013 | Women
Amy J. Sennett

Impact -- a third metric beyond money and power -- is so important for women and men. And it does not have to mean working for non-profit, charitable causes. Impact can mean designing a time-saving app for smartphone users.

Anne-Marie Slaughter: Do You See the World As a Ladder or a Web?

Anne-Marie Slaughter | Posted 08.06.2013 | Women
Anne-Marie Slaughter

The ability to operate effectively in a horizontal web of relationships (a network of networks) is more important than ever. So why is it that the metric of success is still "getting to the top"?

Business Needs a Course in 'Momonomics'

John Gerzema | Posted 08.03.2013 | Business
John Gerzema

The University of Virginia's mascot, The Cavalier, was stretched into new, unwelcome meaning recently by the comments of a major donor, hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones.

Off-ramping? Not So Fast

Allison O'Kelly | Posted 07.30.2013 | Women
Allison O'Kelly

To stay competitive and reach your potential in a workforce that you're likely going to have to be a part of much longer that you originally imagined, you can't ever really take your "toe out of the water."

The Word I Don't Use to Define Myself

Sara Wood | Posted 07.30.2013 | Women
Sara Wood

The points being made about women in the workplace are being conflated with motherhood in a way that makes be feel that I have to embrace the cause of both in order to be either. And I don't want to.

Women Leaders and Work From a Non-Profit Perspective

Tensie Whelan | Posted 07.15.2013 | Impact
Tensie Whelan

There are real strengths in both "male" and "female" traits. We need to learn from the effective traits associated with the opposite gender, and incorporate them into our overall skill sets.

Why Go Back to Work After the Baby

Dr. Peggy Drexler | Posted 07.11.2013 | Parents
Dr. Peggy Drexler

So much of the advice geared towards women who choose to go back to work, focuses on how they can learn to accept the sacrifices that go along with working while raising children. I'd argue that in many cases, going back to work is not a sacrifice at all but the best decision a woman can make not only for herself, but also for her family.

Laura Bassett

Woman Replacing Men At Progressive Think Tanks

HuffingtonPost.com | Laura Bassett | Posted 05.03.2013 | Politics

As conservatives consider new ways for the GOP to reach out to women voters, progressives have taken a different approach: tapping women to run their ...

Ditching the Guilt As a First Step to Having it All

Jeanne Garbarino | Posted 06.25.2013 | Parents
Jeanne Garbarino

Let's ditch the guilt on the career front and the home front and live now without regret or apology for a job not only well done, but a life well-balanced.

Finding True North in a Nonpolar World

Kyle Hutzler | Posted 06.18.2013 | World
Kyle Hutzler

There is an ideological conflict at play between the West and China, but the irony is that what the West confronts in China is a state without an ideology at all.

Where Are the Women?

Joan Williams | Posted 06.17.2013 | Women
Joan Williams

What do Slaughter and Sandberg know about an average woman's struggles? Not much. Between the two of them, they have more wealth and political power than most small towns. That's what we can learn from them.

What Sandberg and Slaughter Have in Common

Colleen Crinion | Posted 06.12.2013 | Women
Colleen Crinion

Here's the truth: I don't care about whether or not I can have it all. I'm still working on having enough.

No Shame in This Woman's Game

Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. | Posted 06.09.2013 | Women
Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq.

My grandmother challenged me to be someone great and to serve others. We must fight to have the life we want, just like the women who came before us had to fight. Here are my strategies for success.

Former Aides Hit Obama On Drone Transparency

The Huffington Post | Amanda Terkel | Posted 04.08.2013 | Politics

Several former administration officials who are now out of government are criticizing President Barack Obama over the secretive nature of the U.S. dro...

Best Work-Life Balance Quotes

Nina Bahadur | Posted 04.05.2013 | Women

How can a woman feel fulfilled in both her career and her family or personal life? Journalists, bloggers, pundits, mothers and single women have discu...

Are You Team Sandberg or Team Slaughter? I'm Neither

Wendy Widom | Posted 06.03.2013 | Women
Wendy Widom

Does sexism still exist in the workplace? Are women living up to their professional potential? Can we really have it all? No one has yet to point out the obvious, which is this: The debates ignited by Sheryl Sandberg's book are doing nothing good for women.

Should You Marry A Prince -- Or A Princeton Man?

Sheila Blanchette | Posted 06.02.2013 | Fifty
Sheila Blanchette

I married for love and I married for fun. There was no consideration of where did this guy go to school? What did he major in? Art or engineering? What are his ambitions? I considered these factors: He's fun to travel with, he likes live music, he's a great cook, we can talk for hours and he has a great sense of humor. Twenty two years later we're still married.

The Real Reasons Women Are Not Advancing in Corporate America

Kathy Caprino | Posted 05.26.2013 | Business
Kathy Caprino

I've seen that there are five key blocks in the way of women advancing to the leadership ranks successfully. One of the most important factors is that organizations are not digging deep enough to uncover specifically how and why their organization isn't fostering women leaders successfully.

Lean In, Have It All, and Hope

Terri Weiss | Posted 05.20.2013 | Women
Terri Weiss

Over the past few weeks, Lean In has caused a gargantuan media splash, and even a 'catfight' among some prominent women. And in the midst of the brouhaha, I see a confusing blend of 'leaning in' advice with (I'm grimacing) 'having it all' proclamations. Stop the noise.

Kathy Caprino on Women's Ways of Leading

BJ Gallagher | Posted 05.18.2013 | Business
BJ Gallagher

With the publication of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's new book, Lean In, the dearth of women in corporate leadership is back in the news again. Here ...