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#FoundersFriday with Mitchell Lesbirel

Mitchell Lesbirel
Co-founder – Axle Plastic Inc.

Industry:
Manufacturing and Distribution

Favourite app:
Uber

What do you believe is the most important leadership trait?  331 more words

Entrepreneurs

Ambassador Samantha Power Urges Young Women of Barnard College to Fight for True Equality

Do you long for true equality in our world?

Watch Ambassador Samantha Power, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, address this issue in her commencement speech to Barnard College graduates that she gave last Sunday in New York City. 122 more words

Feminism

Unconscious bias in the workplace (2)

Author: Avis Yates Rivers (Follow on Twitter: @SitWithAvis)

Last month I explained in detail what unconscious bias is and why it matters. This month, I’ll deal with how unconscious bias (or micro inequities) disproportionately affect women and people of color in the workplace. 841 more words

Blog

Succeeding as a Woman in Leadership

Great strides have been made for women in business over the last several decades. We are seeing more and more women in leadership, and are even witnessing the rising public respect given to these women in power (think: Sheryl Sandberg). 656 more words

Executive Coaching

My Interview on "Business Secrets for Women" with Murielle Marie Ungricht

Earlier this week, I was interviewed by Murielle Marie Ungricht of Belgium on her Internet show, “Business Secrets for Women.” We spoke about women’s political voices, the Goddess, and the changing landscape of women’s leadership. 61 more words

Feminism

Is your Church a Building Site?

 (Image from www.holmergreenbaptist.org.uk)

Do you ever leave church on a Sunday morning feeling totally deflated and discouraged? I do.  I have another question for you. Tell me, why is it that church is the only place where I ever regularly feel put down and patronised as a woman? 537 more words

Christian