WiNfluence Sharing Week 23 - Are you feeling overwhelmed by the amount of content out there? Let WiNfluence curate the content for you. Each week I will share a few interesting links I have come across in order to share more content with WiNfluence readers. The information is not necessarily something I’m endorsing but links that I think are thought provoking and warrant a further look.
Check out this week’s interesting links.
Are You at Risk of Over-extending Yourself? - bizwomen by Anne Day. Anne provides 7 very practical tips on how to juggle priorities.
How Stereotypes Can Drive Women to Quit Science - npr by Shankar Vedantam. A very interesting article that uses technology to sniff out stereotypes. It is not women who are the problem, it is the stereotypes.
Research Says: Growing Women in Leadership Talent Pool Pays Off - InPower Women by April Sweazy. April takes a look at Unlocking The Full Potential Of Women (McKinsey 2011, Barsh, Yee) and shares this insight: Companies need to manage their talent management pool from the bottom to the top to grow women into the top slots and reap the financial and productivity benefits that come along with women in leadership.
Sitting At Your Desk Is Taking Years Off Your Life - The Grindstone by Lindsay Cross. If you need encouragement to stop starring at that computer all day and get up and move around, here it is.
Who’s Afraid of Post-Feminism? What It Means To Be A Feminist Today - Forbes by Jenna Goudreau. Do you openly call yourself a feminist in 2012? This is a great article that looks at what feminism means to women from different age groups and perspectives.
Be A Meeting Whisperer: Conflict Management 101- InPower Women by Dana Theus. Want to get more out of a meeting - become the meeting whisperer. Dana provides some practical advice on how to unlock conflict in a meeting and help solve problems easier and quicker.
Do you have any interesting links you’d like to share with WiNfluence readers? Pick one thing that inspired you this week and post the link in the comments section below.