Articles from MIT Sloan about gender and management.
4 workplace barriers for women and how to dismantle them
In their book “You Should Smile More,” six former Pepsi executives share insights and solutions to gender biases that push women out of the workforce.
How to draft a letter to a workplace harasser
A well-structured letter starts with facts, incorporates feelings, and concludes with a solution, according to MIT Sloan negotiation expert Mary Rowe.
This VP of transformation has a 4-point plan to uplift all employees
Messer Americas’ Patricia Hargil on being a visible leader, pacing herself, and letting go of perfectionism.
How this clean tech exec connects climate to gender equity
CarbonBuilt’s Cindy McLaughlin encourages walking meetings and “anytime vacation” for improved well-being.
How Jackie Yeaney made peace with ‘imposter syndrome’
This tech strategist and marketer learned to lead through empathy and collaboration, and that the fear of “being seen” is a healthy one.
This data executive prioritizes ‘relationships, results, and reach’
A self-professed “thoughtful introvert,” Eli Lilly’s Andrea de Souza learned how to carve out time for intentional, purpose-driven networking as she’s climbed the executive ladder.
New study quantifies occupational distress among physicians
A new study links physician well-being to the perception that bystanders will intervene when someone is being mistreated in a workplace.
It’s time women get credit for ‘invisible work’
USDA senior advisor Samantha Joseph understands some barriers are out of her control, but she knows the importance of breaking the ones women create for themselves.
From The Bias Cut: More female representation in boardrooms, STEM
Boardrooms, conference panels, digital health, and more. Here are areas where women say they are seeing more representation.
Doing the math on emotional, financial costs of menopause
Digital health executive Alessandra Henderson wants to talk about the emotional and financial burden of menopause.