Working Through Menopause (at Work)


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The transition to menopause is a difficult time for many women, but here’s how we can make it easier to go through at work.

Advice for Less Than Optimal Circumstances


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Comebacks, tactics, and perspectives to help you deal with people and situations that are making this tough time even harder for women.

5 Steps for Women to Combat Burnout


This post is by Ellen Keithline Byrne from HBR.org

It’s not about working harder. Or smarter.

Diversity and Inclusion Efforts That Really Work


This post is by David Pedulla from HBR.org

Five best practices.

When Your Career Is Suddenly on Hold


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Reflections from women whose professional advancement has been interrupted by the coronavirus crisis, and advice for facing a setback.

Why the Crisis Is Putting Companies at Risk of Losing Female Talent


This post is by Colleen Ammerman from HBR.org

And what leaders can do to prevent it.

A Time for Women Leaders to Shine


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Lessons in leading through a crisis from a woman who started her career as a nurse and is now the CEO of a global nonprofit.

Gender Equity Starts in the Home


This post is by David G. Smith from HBR.org

The shift to remote work is highlighting domestic inequity in many households.

How Vulnerability Can Be a Leadership Superpower


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Jason Rosario, founder of The Lives of Men, discusses how mental health, vulnerability, and masculinity intersect at work.

So Many Feelings


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Understanding when and how to express fear, anger, sorrow, and stress isn’t easy, but it’s crucial.

When Losing Your Job Feels Like Losing Your Self


This post is by Aliya Hamid Rao from HBR.org

You are more than what you do for a living.

Making the Most of This Mess


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What about how we are working and living now — in the midst of a pandemic — might benefit women in the future?

Research: U.S. Unemployment Rising Faster for Women and People of Color


This post is by Alexandra Kalev from HBR.org

Strategies to help your company buck the troubling trend.

What Will Work-Life Balance Look Like After the Pandemic?


This post is by Bobbi Thomason from HBR.org

The shift to remote work offers a new window into each other’s lives.

We’re Beyond Stretched


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Women from around the world tell us how the coronavirus crisis has put even more pressure on them, and we give advice for handling the extra stress.

Companies Can’t Ignore Shifting Gender Norms


This post is by Lisa Kenney from HBR.org

An increasing number of customers don’t buy into the binary.

7 Leadership Lessons Men Can Learn from Women


This post is curated by Keith Teare. It was written by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. The original is [linked here]

Too often we ask female leaders to act more like men.

7 Leadership Lessons Men Can Learn from Women


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Too often we ask female leaders to act more like men.

Season 5 Is on the Way


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Women at Work is back April 13 with stories, conversations, and practical advice about being a woman in the workplace.

How to Spot an Incompetent Leader


This post is curated by Keith Teare. It was written by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. The original is [linked here]

We have the tools, we just don’t use them.