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Women lead then and now!

I work in an organisation which is female dominant and I feel proud to be a part of it. Seeing the ongoing mishaps in the country, we really need to look upon ourselves and see where we can contribute our best to uplift each and every girl of this nation. 214 more words

Women Leaders

Why we have too few women leaders

Sheryl Sandberg: Why we have too few women leaders

Sheryl Sandberg shared with me a very important message about leadership in the workplace. While I definitely feel lucky that we are not living in the 19th or 20th century, where the options are definitely more open to me right now, I can’t help but feel inadequate. 330 more words

Gender Equality in the Workforce

by Tiffany Schmeisser

As the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Facebook, and founder of LeanIn.org, Sheryl Sandberg is a Real Woman… 326 more words

Articles

Your body language may shape who you are – Amy Cuddy

Do our nonverbals govern how we think and feel about ourselves?

by Rebecca Parnell… 316 more words

Rebecca

The Journey to Mindful Leadership

It has been a blissful 10 months since completing my PhD! No writing, hard deadlines, or questioning my sanity. And my bound dissertation is a daily reminder of the important of life long learning. 889 more words

Higher Ed/ Student Life

"A Happy Home Without Husbands"

“Charismatic, religious, smart-as-a-whip, trouble-maker”—descriptions applied to Martha McWhirter, who moved into Belton after the Civil War with her husband George and their twelve children. George opened a mercantile business, they built a large limestone house and the… 1,106 more words

Texas Women

Favorite Feminist Heroes Part 4: Linda Nochlin

Our final installment in our Women’s History Month mini-series on Favorite Feminist Heroes comes to us from SIUE Art & Design Professor Katie Poole-Jones.   294 more words