WFH During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Here are 5 key strategies to help ease the transition to remote work and preserve your sanity.
Celebrate Pioneering Women in Tech
In Honor Of Women’s History Month, Celebrate These Pioneering Women In Tech
Why You Should Unplug One Day a Week
In her new book 24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week, Webby Award founder, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, and mother of two Tiffany Shlain explores how turning off screens for 24 hours each week can work wonders on your brain, body, and soul.
What you’re probably getting wrong about workplace burnout...
Trust us, stop comparing...
How To Stop Comparing Your Career To Others' And Start Feeling Good About Yourself
Stop Comparing Your Career Path
6 Reasons You Really Need to Stop Comparing Your Career to Everyone Else's
Individualism in the Workplace
Let your employees be themselves! Employees who felt they came to work energized report that, indeed, their companies did recognize their particular interests and skills and try to use that information when placing them in their jobs.
Signs You’re Not Authentic At Work
Violating your core values. Feeling like an impostor. Not standing up for your rights. These are indications that you aren’t being true to yourself.
Salary Negotiation Anxiety...
Here are some ways you can eliminate it.
Gender Pay Inequity
Gender Pay Inequity: Establishing Fair and Equal Pay For Women In Your Company. Women constitute almost half of the workforce and companies that want to be competitive with a social conscious in the market place will be those that develop and implement programs to address the wage gap issue.
5 Ways to Fight for Equal Pay
5 Practical Ways to Fight for Equal Pay. Social scientists continue to research the root and solution of unequal pay, but for now, one thing is for sure: We aren’t helpless as women in the workplace. Curious what you can do to help close the gap?
A Hard Pill to Swallow...
Nearly Half of Men Believe the Pay Gap Is 'Made Up,' Survey Finds
For Men Nervous to Mentor Women
Advice for Men Who Are Nervous About Mentoring Women. Many senior male managers are reportedly responding to the #MeToo movement with a better-safe-than-sorry attitude and are pulling back from mentoring women.
Fighting for What's Fair
Serena Williams on International Women’s Day: ‘We Must Band Together to Fight for What’s Fair'
Closing the Female Leadership Gap
Why It's So Important To Close The Female Leadership Gap
Why we still need to celebrate IWD
Social equality and women's empowerment: why we still need to celebrate International Women’s Day
Where do we go from here?
Fellow Women in Tech: Where Do We Go From Here? Google recently removed gendered pronouns from Gmail's Smart Compose feature to avoid AI bias. The sentiment was genuine, but the approach missed the mark.
Help Mentees Thrive - Positive Psych
Mentors: Here's how to use positive psychology to help your mentee thrive.
What You Should Know About Mentoring
It’s National Mentoring Month: What 8 Experts Want You to Know About Mentoring
Finding A Mentor Could Boost Career
Finding a mentor could bring the career boost you need in 2019 — but be sure to avoid this mistake.
8 Q's Smart People Ask Their Mentors
According to execs from Facebook, Twitter and more.
3 Ways to Be More Self-Aware at Work
The more self-aware you are, the more effective you can be.
How To Learn The Art Of Living
While time is a non-renewable finite resource, energy is not.
Investors Punish Entrepreneurs for..
Stereotypically Feminine Behaviors. We know that women entrepreneurs face significant challenges securing funding from investors.
Still Not Enough Women at the Table
Corporate America has made almost no progress in increasing women’s representation in the workplace for the fourth year in a row, a new study finds.
Meet Emily Miethner
This Young Entrepreneur Started a Company to Harness the Power of Networking and Help Her Community Hustle
Motherhood is changing...
Why isn’t the fertility process, too?
How to Conquer Imposter Syndrome
12 professional women share the moment they conquered impostor syndrome.
9 Takeaways From INFLUENCEHER Week
Two attendees from Aria Marketing share their key takeaways from the conference.
Advice From Female Media Execs
Female media execs shared career advice for women at Adweek's Women in Media and Sports Summit.
What is the glass cliff?
Once the glass ceiling is shattered, there’s no guarantee that a female CEO won’t step or be pushed off the glass cliff.
Handling Difficult Conversations
Mediator and INFLUENCEHER Week speaker, Amy Gay, shares tips on handling difficult work convos.
Influence(her) Off the Record at Rue
Read our recap from our March Influence(her) Off the Record on landing your leadership promotion and negotiating salary.
The Work-Life Balancing Act
It’s not often women can gather to ask honest questions about work-life balance. The traditional 9-5 work week is slowly disappearing as technology makes us more accessible than ever before and employees often obligated to stay connected 24/7. The need to stay connected but also juggle our personal lives is leading to stress and concerns as we all try to determine the best way manage a delicate work-life balance. How do we best manage it all and still advance in our careers?
Building Your Own Digital Brand
Check out MediaCause's Aileen McQuillen's awesome recap of our Influence(her) Personal Branding workshop!
The New “Year Of The Woman”
What marketers need to know about the "year of the woman." Elizabeth Paul, senior vice president of strategy at MullenLowe Boston, outlines five ways brands need to be better equipped to speak to culture in 2018.
Beth Monaghan on Building Your Brand
CEO Beth Andrix Monaghan presented at MITX's InfluenceHer event on how women can build their personal brands.
Career Advice from 3 Boston Women
Three inspiring, accomplished, and let’s just be blunt here, kickass, women—Katie Burke, Chief People Officer at Hubspot; Emily Green, Independent Board Director & Advisor; and Tiffany Mosher, SVP People Strategy at DataXu—sat down with us to share lessons they’ve learned from their experiences and tips for navigating the often treacherous waters of your career.
A Personal Guide to Brand Building
To be successful in any workforce, you must establish a unique and compelling online presence that sets you apart in an increasingly crowded space, but the process of establishing a personal brand can be difficult – and it’s even harder for women.