Sisterhood of the Unravelling Pants

'Help a sister out! It's little benefit to your own career—not to mention bad form and bad karma—to keep another woman at work down', says Toni G. Wolfman in Fast Company.

With the first ever presidential nomination of a female leader in the US elections, the appointment of Theresa May as Britains new PM and a slew of female leaders around the world (Christine La Garde, bolstering the cause of women in leadership), we tend to forget that sisterhood in the rank and file often falls short. Toni G. Wolfman calls out women and asks 'If we don’t help each other out, how can we expect our male colleagues to do so?"

And she is right - Indra Nooyi, CEO of Pepsi makes a similar claim at the Women in the World Summit (2016).

Talking Cranes

'Help a sister out! It's little benefit to your own career—not to mention bad form and bad karma—to keep another woman at work down', says Toni G. Wolfman in Fast Company.

With the first ever presidential nomination of a female leader in the US elections, the appointment of Theresa May as Britains new PM and a slew of female leaders around the world (Christine La Garde, bolstering the cause of women in leadership), we tend to forget that sisterhood in the rank and file often falls short. Toni G. Wolfman calls out women and asks 'If we don’t help each other out, how can we expect our male colleagues to do so?"

And she is right - Indra Nooyi, CEO of Pepsi makes a similar claim at the Women in the World Summit (2016).

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