Tell Me More looks at strategies being used to encourage more young women to enter tech fields in the US, and what the international community is doing differently — for better and worse.
Tell Me More celebrates Women’s History Month with the series “Women in Tech.” Diverse voices will share ideas on bridging the gender gap in tech fields.
By Jennifer Ludden Many people may think of a “remote worker” as a harried mom in her bathrobe or a 20-something at a coffee shop. But that image doesn’t actually reflect who is working outside the office, according to a new study.
By Lynn Neary If it seems like male authors get more attention, there are hard numbers to back that up.
This week Getty Images teamed up with LeanIn.org, the nonprofit foundation of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, to release a new collection of stock photos. There are about 2,500 new images of modern women and families….learn more
“Tell Me More” Host Michel Martin talks to Rachel Dempsey and Joan Williams, co-authors of What Works For Women At Work about why gender bias is still a major problem, and how to fight it in the workplace.
[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Professionals need to be able to project confidence and self-promote in order to succeed. But women and people of color often find that traditional self-promotion strategies don’t work well for them. This webinar explains why and presents practical tips for promoting yourself, your colleagues, and your organization.