Women in Business

What the Newly Elected Women in Congress Can Teach Us About Leadership

These four congresswomen are among those redefining what it means to be a woman with power.
Women in Business

Building a Framework of Success for Women Entrepreneurs

InvestHER Ventures is an early stage investment firm in Chicago that exclusively backs female tech founders.

Let's Give Women Entrepreneurs What They Really Need: a Cheerleader Team

A cheerleader is what I have every time I open a book starring one of my favorite children's characters: Pippi Longstocking.

Why Equity Matters

Equity is fair treatment; equality is equal treatment. You need equitable measures first to close that gap and get everyone to a level playing field.

6 Ways Timid, Reserved Women Can Confidently Climb the Corporate Ladder

Learn how to harness your strengths and overcome your weaknesses.

CEOs and the Importance of Talking About Gender Equity

Here is a starter list for CEOs to discuss (or employees to ask).

Where Are All The Female Investors?

The statistics aren't pretty.

3 Top Companies' Strategies for Hiring and Retaining Women in STEM

Glassdoor spoke with three top employers -- Nokia, 3M and Autodesk -- to learn how they're recruiting and interviewing diverse candidates, and ultimately, how they're creating better workplaces for women.

4 Reasons Emotional Intelligence Gives Women an Upper Hand as Negotiators

Women are uniquely equipped with the soft skills required to succeed in negotiation.

Progress for Women in the Workplace Has Been Poor

A new study finds women are less likely to be hired into manager-level jobs and are far less likely to be promoted into them.

Why Selling Girl Scout Cookies Made Me the Businesswoman I Am Today

The Girl Scouts teaches young women how to take risks and be entrepreneurial.

The Lesser-Known Career Barriers That Women Face

Sexual harassment is not the only barrier women face in the workplace.

The Problems #MeToo Can't Reach

We need to remember that there are many forms of harassment, and not all of them are overtly sexual.

How to Motivate Leaders to Champion Gender Equity

While the business case has been well-established, that in and of itself it will not solve the problem.

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