Our next Region Member Spotlight is Kelsey Stephenson of NEW Twin Cities! "I’ve valued making new connections and learning to become a better advocate in the workplace," says Kelsey.
Women talk about their careers much differently (and less effectively) than men do.
In a job interview, pay attention to everything — body language, silence and over-talking.
Gender equality in the workplace continues to be framed as a “women’s issue.”
Gender parity will only be achieved if top leadership strongly advocates for change.
Our conventional idea of career success does not guarantee happiness.
Despite countless D&I initiatives, the pace of change has been glacial. Here's why.
Are you controlling your technology or is it controlling you?
Women have been told in a million ways the answers lie outside of themselves.
If you want to move beyond your current role, you need to think beyond your to-do list.
When discussing issues faced by women, remember there are many types of women of color.