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Harassment Training for the House?

by | May 1, 2014

Congresswoman Jackie Speier introduced a bill that would require harassment training for the House of Representatives earlier this week.  It makes sense.  After all, such training is already required for executive branch agencies. It’s critical too in the private sector; some states […]

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The Voice of the Judge

by | April 22, 2014

We all have this private, almost special voice that is called the ‘inner judge’. It disrupts conversations; and it tells us to keep comparing ourselves to others, to judge ideas and behaviors as good and bad, or right and wrong. […]

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The Business Case for Feminism

The Business Case for Feminism

by | April 16, 2014

”Your voice is a muscle, the more you use it, the stronger it gets.” – Emily  Bennington Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO, first talked about being a woman and mother in the C-suite on the TED stage in 2010. What followed was […]

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Eternal Bullying

by | March 18, 2014

“There’s an App for that” has become a common phrase as the possibilities of our digital age are limited only by our imagination. Unfortunately, those who wish to do harm also have unlimited ways to pervert and abuse technology. The […]

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