Hit a few of the topics relevant to today’s discourse around creating a more empathetic workplace.
Does Company Size Impact Happiness at Work?
Here’s what the size of your firm says about your happiness, according to data from employees experiences with exclusion in the workplace.
Diversity is Friction at its Finest
Achieving DEI goals cannot come at the cost of eliminating friction. Here 5 lessons on how diversity generates constructive friction and how to harness that friction.
Performance is NOT a Predictor of Leadership Potential. So What Is?
Many variables get in the way of identifying the people who could make great leaders. These four factors provide a powerful framework for identifying people who will be strong.
How To Give Feedback That Doesn’t Trigger the Impostor
Creating a feedback process where everyone feels like they win isn’t easy. Here’s how you can approach it better.
Employer retaliation violates anti-discrimination laws
A lawyer’s breakdown of the important issues around pregnancy discrimination and any ensuing employer retaliation.
Proper pronunciation of one’s name is critical for belonging
Learning and saying names correctly is important, and signals you want to learn more about people different than you.
Tech Founders: 10 Signs You’re “Too Late” to Start Working On Diversity
Startup founders often wait until growing to 50 (or 300!) employees before they start working seriously on diversity, equity, inclusion, and/or belonging.
The Power of an Equitable Parental Leave Policy
One Series A Founder & CEO walks through her experiences being pregnant while running her startup, and the leave policy she put in place to support parents in her workforce.
One Employer Sends a Clear Message on Sexual Harassment
This CEO is not permitting a culture that ignores harassment policy, and, in fact, terminated a group of executives for failing to take allegations of sexual harassment seriously.
Working Women Still Suffering “Death by 1,000 Cuts”
The less talked about – but no less significant – topic of the small, daily biases women must endure over the course of their career.
A History of the Underclass of the Internet: Women
A discussion on the virtual ceiling that, as much as one founders tries to deny, has felt just as hard and immutable as its IRL counterpart.
Embiggening, Setting Intentions and Making Room for the Voices Around You
A discussion with Judith Martinez, CEO of InHerShoes and globally renowned voice for gender equity and social advocacy, on humanizing and empowering voices.