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Today's business landscape is constantly evolving. Despite this rapid evolution, however, it can still sometimes feel as though the changes we desire are not happening fast enough. These feelings are especially true when considering topics like career progression and, most recently, women's leadership.
While getting equal pay is not a goal that can be reached overnight, it's critical to keep all channels of communication open with both female and male coaches and work through such challenges through honest discussions in a supportive environment. Encourage women on your team or in your department to ask for they want and to build a case for themselves based on merit and reaching set goals. It's important to make the ask.
The two met on Parliament Hill to discuss women’s issues.
Besides planning to spend time reading, she's also completing a yoga course.
Malala told Emma Watson she helped inspire her to identify as a "feminist."
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It's pretty damn powerful.
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We admit that we were pretty disappointed that Emma Watson didn't attend the 2015 Oscars on Sunday (because remember what she wore last year? Swoon!), but her sweet note to Steve Carell—who did attend...
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Like so many other people inspired by Emma Watson's impassioned speech in her new capacity as UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, I shared it to Facebook. Like so many other posts on Facebook and elsewhere calling for attention to women's rights, it almost immediately received a comment from someone who took umbrage with the message.
Actress Emma Watson has an idea about how feminism can change the world. "How can we affect change in the world, when only half of it is invited to participate, or feel welcomed in the conversation?,...