Week in Review: February 13, 2015
Been a busy week? We can certainly relate–having just finished Generation WORKS and inching ever closer to Generation W 2015, this week went by in a flash.
Here are some stories that caught our attention this past week:
We are a Generation That WORKS
Women Doing “Office Housework”
Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant discuss the sad reality in workplaces around the world: Women help more but benefit less from it. The New York Times
Malala Yousafzai Urges World to Remember Nigerian Schoolgirls
“These young women risked everything to get an education that most of us take for granted. I will not forget my sisters.” TIME Magazine
Are You Running with DONNA This Weekend?
We offer some tips for runners as well as important links for this weekend’s Run with DONNA Full Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay. Generation W
Elizabeth G. Nabel becomes NFL’s First Chief Medical Adviser
As if running one of the country’s top hospitals isn’t enough, this Boston-based cardiologist will help the NFL reduce injuries. Bizwomen
A Strategy to Eliminate Gender Pay Gap
A few companies are solving the pay gap issue by taking a bold step: making all salaries transparent. Fast Company
How to Think like a Leader
Generation W speaker Alyse Nelson shares 3 things she feels we should be doing to think like a leader. Generation W
We Love Goldie Hawn
“If you have a sense of yourself, your mission, your belief system, those things will lead you to success. If I did it to pave the way for other people, my intentions would have been clouded.” Harvard Business Review
A Female Replacement for Jon Stewart?
Here are 13 women who would be great replacements for Jon Stewart as host of “The Daily Show.” Quartz
Are You Ready for Generation W 2015?
Our new event site is up and running–checkout our speakers, program agenda and get signed up for this March 27th event! Generation W