Relationships

The Many Faces of Empowerment

The Many Faces of Empowerment

By Megan Nicole O'Neal / July 30, 2022 /

Empowering women comes in many shapes and forms and should be a collective effort.

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Rule No. 1 of Workplace Inclusion: It Only Works if Everyone Buys In

Rule No. 1 of Workplace Inclusion: It Only Works if Everyone Buys In

By Alan Henry / July 29, 2022 /

Strictly, to be marginalized means you’re a member of a social group that has been traditionally kept out of, or away from, power, decision-making, or import and that you are consequently treated as insignificant or somehow less than those who make up the majority of the empowered people.

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3 Ways to Open Up and Receive More Love

3 Ways to Open Up and Receive More Love

By Lisa Nichols / July 28, 2022 /

How do we, as leaders, as change agents, how do we open up to even more love in our life?

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Escaping the Wheel of Loneliness: How Squad Is Shifting the Social Media Landscape by Choosing Maintenance over Discovery 

Escaping the Wheel of Loneliness: How Squad Is Shifting the Social Media Landscape by Choosing Maintenance over Discovery 

By Rae Fitzgerald / July 22, 2022 /

Through thoughtful design and relentless experimentation, she is determined to give us a social media platform that actually delivers on its promise to bring us closer. 

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Born For This

Five Years After Founding the Me Too Movement, Tarana Burke Remains Focused on Healing

By Lottie L. Joiner / July 19, 2022 /

Tarana Burke is busy these days. The founder of the Me Too movement is juggling press requests, international travel, and creating a safe and nurturing space for those of which the movement was founded. Her work around sexual violence has given many the courage and confidence to shed their shame, share their painful experiences, and…

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#Trending: 6 Ways to Maximize Your Reach on the Most Popular Social Media Platforms

#Trending: 6 Ways to Maximize Your Reach on the Most Popular Social Media Platforms

By Rae Fitzgerald / July 15, 2022 /

Facebook has transformed from a place to stay connected with friends to a platform wrought with conflict and scandal. However, it is still a valuable tool if you embrace it for what it really is: a place to tell your story.

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Hearth: A Writer Explores the Concept of Home During Her Early Career as a Writer in Delhi, Mumbai and the U.S.

Hearth: A Writer Explores the Concept of Home During Her Early Career as a Writer in Delhi, Mumbai and the U.S.

By Shalini Singh / July 7, 2022 /

Home is where the heart is. Healing.

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The Success Interview: Magdalena Yeşil on Inclusivity, Female Leadership and Finding Male Allies in the Workplace

The Success Interview: Magdalena Yeşil on Inclusivity, Female Leadership and Finding Male Allies in the Workplace

By Cecilia Meis / July 5, 2022 /

I believe that one of the things, as women, we need to do is, each time we take a step forward, we have to extend our arm and pull someone else up. And that has given me great joy.

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Susan Cain New Book Explores the Question: What Is Sadness Good For?

Susan Cain’s New Book Explores the Question: What Is Sadness Good For?

By Susan Cain / June 30, 2022 /

The real reason for his emotions—for all our emotions—is to connect us. And Sadness, of all the emotions, was the ultimate bonding agent.

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All Successful Leaders Have This Type of Intelligence in Common, According to Psychologist Adam Bandelli

All Successful Leaders Have This Type of Intelligence in Common, According to Psychologist Adam Bandelli

By Rae Fitzgerald / June 24, 2022 /

Developing strong interpersonal bonds—rather than embracing rugged individualism—helps leaders achieve positive outcomes.

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