Posts in Parity
99 Years and Counting: 5 Actions You Can Take For Women’s Equality Day

Ninety-nine years ago on August 26, women won the right to vote in the U.S., with the passage of the 19th Amendment. It wasn’t until Bella Abzug (D-NY) in 1971 proposed a Joint Resolution of Congress that that day be designating Women’s Equality Day. It was passed two years later in 1973.

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“Popularity is Overrated” Or What Bernadette Can Teach Us About Likability & Ambition

“Popularity is overrated.” This may be the best and most telling line for women looking for purpose in their work—in spite of a “likeability problem.” She admits at one point, “I’m nobody’s friend.” Spoken by Bernadette Fox, played by Cate Blanchett in the new film, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette?” these phrases are protest against shame, judgment, social ridicule and even mean girls.

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Listen Up: Take The Lead Launches Weekly Podcasts To Offer Solutions

Sundays may be the traditional day of rest for some, but Sundays are now also the day to take time for yourself to listen, learn and continue building the career of your dreams. The newly launched Take The Lead Women Podcast with Gloria Feldt, co-founder and president of Take The Lead, is a free weekly foray into inspiration that will help listeners define their purpose, own their power and learn leadership secrets from a variety of guests, as well as Feldt.

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Celebrate What Take The Lead Has Done For You Lately: 5 Years of Action For Parity

The power of Take The Lead’s mission is with the measurable outcomes and effects on all the thousands of you who have participated directly in events, programs, offerings and outreach for the last five years. Leading up to the 5th Year Anniversary Summer Silent Auction July 25, Take The Lead applauds all those

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Silent Auction Profile: She Negotiates Co-Founder Helps You Get What You Deserve

Victoria Pynchon, co-founder of She Negotiates Consulting and Training, says perhaps her biggest negotiation win was helping a female lawyer increase her offer by $500,000 to $850,000, plus other perks.

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