What Do You Know About Women in the Workplace?

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The 2022 International Women’s Day theme was announced as “Break the Bias.” As the website for International Women’s Day shares, “Whether deliberate or unconscious, bias makes it difficult for women to move ahead. Knowing that bias exists isn’t enough, action is needed to level the playing field.” As a trainer, I know that it is hard to examine our biases unless we know what facts exist that people may…

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I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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