Advancing Women in the Workplace One Conversation at a Time March is Women's History Month. Ready to Engage Male Allies and Advocates? Take the Quiz! With the #MeToo and #MentorHer movements in the news, many men are asking, "I want to be an ally. What can I do to better to support women?" The articles this week address some ways that men can recognize gender bias at work and act to make changes.

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Career 3 Ways the Workplace Must Change for Women to Excel in STEM Careers Despite progress made for women in education and the professional world, they are leaving the knowledge workforce—especially tech—when they become mothers. By Carolyn McGourty posted Nov 27th, 2017 at 10:21am Being a mother and working in STEM should not be mutually exclusive. Photo: iStock We know diversity is good for the bottom line.

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You don’t have to attend an awkward business mixer every week to make new connections.

You know you should network to help your career, but you’d prefer not to. After a long day at work, standing around awkwardly handing out business cards sounds grueling.

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In recent years, the rate of women entrepreneurs has been growing at a percentage at least double that of their male counterparts. And as Elaine Pofeldt for CNBC says, “the Golden Age for women entrepreneurs has finally begun. The stars have aligned to help trigger the trend as robust ecosystems churn out enterprising females equipped with inspiration, know-how and funding.”  We could not agree more.

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