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Lean In Singapore

Various studies show that men who succeed become more and more popular as they climb the corporate ladder, but female executives who succeed are consistently less and less liked. This is a harsh reality that can only be changed when we learn to overcome unconscious biases and ensure companies include women in the decision-making. Join our game-changing ‘50 WAYS TO FIGHT BIAS’ event @facebook Singapore and learn how you can change the workplace and the world. Date: 25 June 2019 (Tuesday) When: 6:00 to 9:30 PM Venue: Facebook HQ: Marina One, West Tower Sign up now! 👇 Registration link in bio #womenintheworkplace

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Shwanika Narayan


What does empowerment really mean and look like? What’s the difference between sponsorship and mentorship? How do women of color navigate leadership roles with all the emotional labor put on them? How can women in leadership make a difference in company culture? And most importantly, how to go about diversifying candidate pools for job applications and proactively recruiting to address dismal gender and diversity numbers? These were some of the discussions tonight between Marne Levine, vp of partnerships at Facebook, Shannon Brayton, cmo at LinkedIn, Meena Harris, head of strategy and leadership at Uber and Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code. Moderated brilliantly by tech journalist Nitasha Tiku of @wired. Some of the solutions were intentional steps toward diversity and inclusion (it can’t just be all talk), training and supporting woc, how small moves like pointing out inadvertent (or not) sexist comments can lead to culture change, speaking up and amplifying other women because there’s space for all of us. . . . . . . #womenintheworkplace

Here’s a great tip to help you discover your DREAM job: Get really clear on what a dream job means to YOU. Ask yourself some key questions. What is YOUR dream job? Even if you don’t know exactly what job it would be, start to get very specific about every aspect of it you can imagine: What is your life like when you have this job? What is your schedule like? Who do you work with? Where do you work? What do you spend most of your time doing? What is your ideal salary? What kind of lifestyle do you have? Grab a pen and paper right now and brainstorm all of the things you would like to have in your DREAM job. Get really specific and clear on every aspect you can think of. You might even set this list aside and come back to it in a few days to add more things that are becoming crystal clear for you in this process. YOU DESERVE TO DO WORK YOU LOVE! 💛 --------------------------------------------------- P.S. If you’re a career woman who's been struggling to discover your passions and land your DREAM job, be sure to get my FREE Special Report, where you’ll learn “5 Secrets to Discovering Your Dream Job!” 💛 GET IT HERE: (LINK TO WEBSITE ALSO IN BIO) #womenintheworkplace

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Style Encore Clifton Park

To hold comment or call 518-630-5730 Top: Size Extra Small, $5 Pants: (gently used) New York + Co, Size 2, $7 Belt: (gently used) Talbots, $10 Wallet: (gently used) Steve Madden, $12 Necklace: $7 - - - - - #womenintheworkplace

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Inner Beauty Interiors

I think most of us can agree that the key to a keeping a busy house running smoothly is to pair up, then divide and conquer. . But what does that mean when your standards are set too high for your partner to meet? It means you either begrudgingly do it all or you begrudgingly REDO it all. Either way, you’re left frustrated. One glaring lesson that I learned during that first year with my son is to make peace with the notion that done is better than perfect. . I wash Mason’s clothes in unscented detergent. My husband adds fragrant crystals. . My husband serves Mason’s meals in larger portions than I do. . I floss Mason’s teeth nightly. My husband sometimes forgets. . And the earth continues to revolve around the sun. . It seems counterintuitive for a business woman, but there is no perfect workflow here. Done is better than perfect. . . . #womenintheworkplace

Style Encore Clifton Park (@styleencore_cliftonpark) Instagram Profile Photo

Style Encore Clifton Park

To hold comment or call 518-630-5730 Dress: (gently used) Talbots, Size Extra Small, $24 Shoes: (gently used) Qupid, Size 7, $5 Necklace: $5 Bracelet: (gently used) Alex and Ani, $18 Earrings: (gently used) Charming Charlie, $3 - - - - - #womenintheworkplace

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Security Force, Inc.

Is a thing? Our office ladies get the job done and have a fun time doing it! We are proud to have a great staff of awesome people! . . . #womenintheworkplace

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