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.
Charlotte Beers: How Women Can Win in a Male Dominated Workplace - Forbes by Dan Schawbel. Dan interviews Charlotte Beers, Chairperson at J. Walter Thompson as she talks about her personal career journey in a male dominated workplace.
An expert on why apologizing at work is so bad for your career - The Grindstone by Kelsey Ehlert. “I’m sorry I can’t take your call right now” Iif this message is on your voice mail you need to read this article. Kelsey explains why we must stop apologizing in the office.
24 Ways to be Uncommonly Productive Today - Forbes by Natalie Sisson. Need more hours in a day? Read Natalie’s tips for ways to be more productive.
Co-opting Post-Sexist Gender Bias to Retain Top Talent - InPower Women by Dana Theus.
"Recent research out of Harvard may just hold the key to using our natural human biases to help dissolve the glass ceiling and even address the pay gap.”
Breaking Away the Male Stereotype - Owning Pink by Dana Theus. Dana talks about using your personal archetype to help you advance your careers.
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.