This week, the New York Times has yet another article about the dynamics of managing careers, marriage, and parenting. The "Opt-Out Generation Wants Back In" by Judith Warner looks at what happened to women who ended up staying home. The article discusses the inequity in their marriages and the implications of it. In this post, I share my take on the issues.
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During the six years from the start of my career until the birth of my first born, I had more than doubled my salary, had a great team working for me, and was respected by my managers, staff, clients, competitors and other people in my network. I had leaned in, and it had paid off.
Do the things people ask Google about women and men, mothers and fathers, and girls and boys give us some insight into how the world views gender? Today on the blog, I ask people how they feel about these results. Is it interesting? Scary? Weird?
This week, two executive women made some pretty questionable business moves. These moves were not only baffling in their own right, but also stand to negatively impact women in the workplace.