We're coming to the end of Black History Month, and with eight months since the protests began last year, we’re highlighting next steps for NEW members to be better allies to people of color in our workplaces going into this year. NEW Women of Color Advisory Council members Tahirah King and Watchen Nyanue have stepped up to the plate with a list of recommendations for educating yourself.
It’s not difficult to champion equality, if you’re willing to admit what you don’t know.
Bringing your true self to work may feel risky, but it will make you happier.
Companies must create workplaces that leverage women's leadership skills.
Men and women are not using their voices equally, a barrier to women's leadership.
Under pressure or time constraints, many leaders fall away from coaching mode.
We adopt "high power" or "lower power" behaviors, sometimes subconsciously.
Kellogg and Girl Scouts partner to offer leadership skills-building to future leaders.
It's easy to equate busyness with productivity and importance, when that’s often not the case.
This Intel executive shares her key takeaways from NEW's annual senior leadership conference.