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Research: 2 ways women can network more effectively
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Despite their many efforts, networking continues to challenge women. Numerous studies back up this conclusion. Herminia Ibarra's classic study revealed the centrality of networking for male workers, indicating that many networking opportunities are organized around male interests. The male-centeredness of networking means that making connections to get ahead continues to be an issue for many women seeking to progress their careers. More

Join Choral Arts Young Patrons for the 3rd Annual Carols & Cocktails
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Tickets
Tickets are limited and will sell out
$95 l $75 before Dec. 7
Tickets can be purchased online.

Price includes:
An Enchanted Christmas concert ticket and admission to Carols & Cocktails, an exclusive after-party featuring cocktails, beer, wine, savories and sweets.

Attire
Festive cocktail and cufflinks.
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Lindsey Mask: Ask them their goals
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Leaders — in business, philanthropy and politics — should forge on as visionaries, but my suggestion is we all also stop to ask the goals of others. Let us ask our children, friends, clients, board members, colleagues and constituents — "What are your goals?" There is great risk in asking that question because it may also reveal the truth. People are not always prepared for the raw truth that can come from asking others opinions or in this case — what they really aim to achieve. More

How can we create a world of powerful female entrepreneurs?
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While women are graduating from college at ever-increasing rates, the amount of high-growth companies they start is still unacceptably low. What can we do to tip that balance? More

Women are increasingly ascending to top posts at aerospace firms
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At a time when federal budget cuts are reshaping the nation's aerospace industry, a far different makeover is underway in the executive suites of some of the country's biggest defense contractors. Now, female engineers, scientists and managers who joined aerospace firms during the Cold War are rising to prominence in an industry long dominated by men. More

Women and security: How NATO and the UN advance gender equality
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The United Nations remains one of the strongest forces for ensuring that women participate to their full potential in the socio-political, economic and cultural fabric of their societies. The U.N. Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, or as it is creatively known, U.N. Women, is the global institution that consolidates the systemic efforts for achieving a full range of women's rights. Alongside, Grabar-Kitarovic has highlighted that women's rights are an articulation of NATO's own set of core value set, itself focused around democratic ideals. More



Ladies SF's December event
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Come join us as we discuss the makings of being a small business owner!

Ladies San Francisco is hosting their monthly event on Monday, December 10, 2012. Oscia Wilson, Founder and CEO of Boiled Architecture, will be discussing about her first year as a business owner. She transitioned from architect to entrepreneur in August 2011, bootstrapping the business, because she believed she could build a company that would outperform the status quo. She'll be talking about the unique challenges of a new business' first year, including overcoming the credibility gap, lack of resources, and fostering company culture.

Check out the event on Eventbrite or Facebook.
    Date: Monday, December 10, 2012
    Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Place: Leland Tea
    Address: 1416 Bush St. San Francisco, CA 94109


6 figures: A finance executive creates spaces for Latina empowerment
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Yesenia Morillo-Gual is a senior vice president at one of the largest financial services firms in the world. She supervises six people and directly deals with about 150 people on a regular basis, but she also knows what it is like to doubt yourself. Corporate America has often made her feel like she doesn't belong, and more than once she has encountered other Latinas struggling with the same issue. More

Fortune most powerful women go global
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The real power of Fortune Most Powerful Women is the community's reach and influence around the world. And there's no better testament to this than the Mentor Walks that took place this month in 18 countries, from China to Egypt to Poland to Haiti. These walks, pairing successful career women with younger women and girls, were organized and hosted by alumnae of the Fortune — U.S. State Department Global Women Leaders Mentoring Partnership. This is a program that brings emerging women leaders from developing countries to the U.S. each May to shadow top women execs at companies including IBM, Johnson & Johnson and Xerox. More

Why did women do so well in 2012? Because gender bias is declining
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Why did women, most of whom were Democrats, do well in 2012? Observers have offered numerous explanations, including controversial comments about rape and abortion by "self-immolating" Republican candidates, an election-year focus on women's health issues, redistricting, or a favorable electoral environment for the Democratic Party. But here's another: gender bias — either by the media or the voters — is no longer the impediment to female candidates that it once was. More

Advice for women lawyers
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Succeeding as a female lawyer is not easy, and I know all about it. As a former law partner — but also a former part-time associate, public servant and counsel —Susan Smith Blakely knows the trade-offs that are necessary for women/mothers/caretakers to succeed in our profession. Even with the advancement on women's issues and today's protections against discrimination in the workplace, women continue to be the ones who have the babies and take the greatest roles in the caretaking of their families. That creates an uneven playing field, but it also creates opportunities for choices that can improve our personal and professional lives. More

Recap: Hot and Healthy for the Holidays
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"Hot and Healthy for the Holidays" was an amazing event! Huge thanks to our fabulous speakers Candice Kumai, Christine Lucas and Emily Splichal, and to our sponsors SoBar NYC, NibMor, NYSC and Divine Lifestyles.

Click here to view photos on the Ladies NYC Facebook page and stay tuned for holiday tips from the event!!


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