Tag Archives : women in the workplace


The Wednesday Five: Women Making a Difference

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday Five, we pay homage to our own popular series "Women Making a Difference" with stories that are getting lots of traffic around the web about five groundbreaking women of our time—Elena Ferrante, Steffi Graf, Dr. Barabara Ross-Lee, Oprah Winfrey, and Gloria Steinem.
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Emotional Health · Health

Dr. Ford on Emotional Health: Flirting at Work— at What Cost?

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
"I’m sure in some ways you feel you are being blamed for someone else’s bad behavior (the drunken client), and to some extent this is true. But your letter suggests that you are aware of your allure and you use it—i.e. the ‘harmless flirting' you referred to. This incident proves to you, however, that flirting can be dangerous—if not to others, then to you."
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Arts & Culture · Books · News

Sheryl Sandberg Made Me Cry

By Susan Abel Lieberman
By Susan Lieberman

An hour into reading “Lean In” on a plane trip home, I found myself crying. It hit me hard that I hadn’t leaned in, and instinctively I was aware that I hadn’t done so because I feared what it would do to my marriage.

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Tech Tuesday: Where are the Women in Tech?

By Alexandra Boghosian
By Alexandra Boghosian

Last weekend I saw the movie "Jobs," about Steve Jobs and the tumultuous times of Apple. I could not help but notice the lack of women in the movie. What does Apple look like today for women? What about other tech giants?

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