de·fec·tive /dəˈfektiv/ adjective 1.imperfect or faulty. I’m sure this title offends. It is provocative, to be sure. But when we examine perceptions of women through the social-cultural lens of their choices as they relate to work and family, this word seems to emerge regardless of the choice we make. Whether we are a stay at… Read More All Women are Defective!
Bias against women fuels conflict among women!… Read More The working with women narrative: Queen Bee’s, “too feminine” and all that…
Many companies tout the value of diversity but then fail to implement and support policies and practices aimed at increasing diversity within the organization. They fail to walk the talk. This concept of walking the talk is crucial in moving family-friendly and work-life-balance initiatives from theoretical policies to pragmatic practices which serve to support women’s… Read More Leaders need to walk the talk!
You see that quote at the top of my blog homepage “Conditions for all women will improve when there are more women in leadership roles giving strong and powerful voice to their needs and concerns” (Sheryl Sandberg; activist, Facebook executive and author of the MUST READ book: Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to… Read More Women’s work contributions…more than a “pile of paystubs”