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Working from home is not for everyone. Consider these six pros and cons.
A culture of inclusion leads to employee satisfaction and a company's long-term success.
Do you recognize — and like — the person you are in the workplace?
Is your corporate culture completely free of gender bias and harassment?
Inspirational leaders can’t afford to be silent now. We need to believe we can change for the better.
Gender equality progress has stalled, according to McKinsey and LeanIn.Org.
Women are assigned and complete more work than men do. They communicate more, too.
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Working in an inclusive work culture cultivates employees’ brilliance, according to executive and life coach Simon T. Bailey, the closing keynote speaker at the NEW Leadership Summit 2018, Sept. 28 in Chicago.
Companies must create workplaces that leverage women's leadership skills.