I have a couple of things I want to share with you today – some bracing news and a new challenge from actor Emma Watson; a Twitter campaign to roundly
When It Comes to Gender Partnership, Aristotle Had It Right Part 2
Last week I wrote about the first of three very significant obstacles to gender partnership — ones that only women can remove. The first obstacle I cited was anger, and
When It Comes to Gender Partnership, Aristotle Had It Right
The words “1+1= 3” have been on my mind a lot lately, like one of those songs you can’t get out of your head. As a mathematical equation, it’s a
Two Great Pieces I Want You to Read. Now.
If you have worked or trained or even played tennis with me, you know I’m not shy about what I want. Just the opposite. Really, what’s the point of wanting
It’s Not Just by Being on Boards That Women Boo$t Results
Just over two years ago, Credit Suisse, a global financial services company headquartered in Zurich, sent a shock wave through the business world with its study showing that companies with
Not Every Company Struggles With Gender Equity
Last week, amid the posts and news articles about Women’s Equality Day on August 26, it might have been easy to miss the impressive announcement from Gap, Inc.
Here it is,
Field Notes from the Revolution
We have been blessed to work for some time now with a Fortune 100 company that is fully committed to achieving gender partnership. One of their key strategies for reaching
We Are Kin
I have been thinking a lot lately about what’s called “second generation gender bias.” This term refers to all the unconscious ways in which people think themselves superior to the