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Why women get stuck with "office housework"

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Feb 25, 2015

Women in the business world are often expected to handle "office housework" and volunteer their time to help others, professor Adam Grant and Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg write. Companies can take steps to distribute this type of work more evenly, and women also need to protect their own time. "For women, the most important change starts with a shift in mind-set: If we want to care for others, we also need to take care of ourselves," they write. New York Times (tiered subscription model), The (02/06)


How taking chances can help you reach the top

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Feb 25, 2015

How stereotypes work against women who request raises

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PepsiCo exec: "Allow yourself to fail a bit"

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How high-level sponsors help women advance

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Feb 25, 2015

Employers offer benefits to keep women on leadership track

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Feb 25, 2015

Paid maternity leave is out of reach for most workers

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Feb 25, 2015

U. of Maryland sets 50% goal for women in MBA program

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Mastering the job hunt

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Getting into a European business school

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