Women have always worked, so have men. For most of human existence there has been no home versus work boundary. Working women and women working are not new phenomenon. So let’s stop wasting time creating a Mommy War for the the sake of winning headlines, and focus on what’s important.
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Anne Perschel, 3Plus co-founder, has a bone to pick with outspoken women who publicly criticize IBM CEO, Virginia Rommetty and her stance on Augusta Golf Club’s No Women policy.
Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, in Harvard Business Review, writes that empowering women doesn’t help them. She goes on to state, professional development for women is not needed to create gender balanced organizations. I wholeheartedly disagree.
Doretha Walker, an African American woman, has discovered that African American women may seem unwilling to obtain a leadership role out of fear of antagonizing and alienating her mate or others in her culture.