Fantasy Football, Women and Networking

FACT: Women now account for more than 20% of all fantasy football participants.

On a recent flight, I was re-reading Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean-In, when I glanced at the women next to me and she was reading ESPN’s Fantasy Football Preview. We shared a laugh that she was reading about football and I was reading about women’s leadership advancement. For the next hour, we . . .

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Podcast: Women@Work – Why Engage Men in Women’s Advancement

We keep expecting women to #leanin, what we need is men to #standup.

Recently, I spoke with Laura Zarrow for Women@Work on SiriusXM BusinessRadio111 about why we need to engage men in women’s advancement

Women in the workplace and need for male champions

For decades, we have encouraged women to build their skills or change their leadership style in order to advance in . . .

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Gender Discrimination in Organizations is Still a Real Issue in 2016

Pay Equity Daily View New York Daily News Jeffery Halter

Last month, San Diego-based tech company Qualcomm agreed to pay a total of $19 million to settle a federal class action lawsuit in a gender discrimination settlement.

In May, KPMG’s Gender Discrimination Lawsuit expanded to over 1,000 employees. While terms and a settlement have not been reached, the amount of the class is currently at $400 million. In March, the district court denied . . .

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