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The stigma around mental health is slowly dissipating. Organizations are more focused than ever on supporting the mental health of their employees. This progress is important, especially for professional women — who are twice as likely as men to suffer from anxiety and depression. The discrepancy is even more pronounced for mothers and women of col…
 
NOTE: We are aware of a few audio issues in parts of this conversation, but we couldn’t bear to cut any of it out! We hope you enjoy this unique and authentic conversation between two true role models as much as we did. Former editorial assistant Zakiya Dalila Harris became an instant best-selling author with the publication of The Other Black Girl…
 
Financial literacy month is upon us, tax day is fast approaching, rising costs of energy, food and shelter are squeezing household incomes, and the inflation rate is a record 7.9%. So there is no time like the present to talk money, strategize, and ensure your financial plan sets you up for success. In this episode, award-winning financial journali…
 
People don’t leave companies, they leave managers. This means that your ability to develop a highly effective and respectful working relationship with your boss is key to your job satisfaction. But what happens when your boss is a roadblock making it feel impossible to function and succeed as a team? In this episode of “That’s a Good Question,” our…
 
Creating an agile environment that empowers your team with a shared sense of purpose is critical to leadership during radical uncertainty. This episode is a replay of a 2021 session from the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, featuring leadership expert and Harvard Business School professor Linda Hill. She will show us how leaders can build organiz…
 
It’s Women’s History Month, and we’re talking to a woman who has been making history for decades: Indra Nooyi, the former CEO and chair of PepsiCo, and the first woman of color and immigrant to run a Fortune 50 company. Regarded as one of the foremost strategic thinkers of our time, this trailblazer is an exemplary model of leadership, and an inspi…
 
We often hear that women need to support each other and stick together in the workplace, yet what happens when competition or jealousy get in the way? What do you do when your co-worker turns from friend to foe overnight without a reason or a willingness to fix it? In this episode of That’s a Good Question, we are joined by author and conflict and …
 
Racism erodes the mind, body, and spirit, leaving lasting impacts on health, productivity, and overall success for those on the receiving end, resulting in Black intergenerational fatigue. In this special replay of a 2021 session from our Justice, Equity, and Inclusion Series, Black Fatigue author Mary-Frances Winters sheds light on the impact of B…
 
This episode brings you an extraordinary conversation with Ellen McGirt, award-winning journalist who launched the race and leadership beat at Fortune. As the creator of the raceAhead column, Ellen has dedicated her career to forging a path toward true inclusion — having interviewed top leaders across the globe. Drawing on those experiences, we wil…
 
Networking is often considered a necessary evil, but with platforms like LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook at our disposal, reaching peers, investors, clients or employers is that much easier. Yet, these connections often feel transactional, agenda-driven, and dehumanizing, leaving professionals feeling burnt out and stressed out – even more so now…
 
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