After Pew Research data showed Millennial women are near parity with their male counterparts at .93 on the dollar, there was much chatter on social media about the “Pay Gap Myth.”
And yet if you refer back to The Harvard Business Review study, it seems educated professional women experience career disappointment in droves – including Millennials…
Many people of both genders face career transitions; some of us do it with grace, and some of us kick and scream the entire way. But the world is changing at a rate that will only continue to accelerate.
And has many have discovered: change is not only necessary… it is exhilarating.
In our next Blab episode on January 27th at 12 noon EST / 9 am PST, we’ll tackle how things have and haven’t changed for Millennial women, and how women can navigate the barriers that they may come up against.
Please join us if you can… and share this important series with anyone who needs advice or wants to tell their own story.
Traditionally, business was seen as a cold, pragmatic undertaking devoid of emotion. Decisions were supposed to be based on data; there was no room on the bottom line for feelings. That stance is no longer so commonly accepted, as passionate leaders like Richard Branson have changed our outlook on what business should feel like and how decisions are made. At least some forms of emotion – passion, for example – is more acceptable, even expected. So if emotion does belong in business, where and how does it fit? How do we know when to let emotion show… and when to
The truth is that we still have profound issues to deal with when it comes to equality and diversity (in management) in the workplace.
But all hope is not lost; it is clear that women are gaining a voice around these issues and momentum appears to be on our side in some industries.
In this episode of Breaking Glass, we tackled the question of how to manage your own career expectations against company goals. Joining our discussion: the amazing Ayelet Baron, futurist and keynote speaker, and the always direct Joe Cardillo, project manager and entrepreneur.
Here are the salient points we discovered in our conversation: