Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant write, "YEARS ago, while producing the hit TV series 'The Shield,' Glen Mazzara noticed that two young female writers were quiet during story meetings. He pulled them aside and encouraged them to speak up more.
Nathalie Pierrepont writes, "Melissa Felder Zappala remembers the first time she heard a commercial on the radio from start to finish. She was 25, en route to Boies, Schiller & Flexner’s office in Washington, D.C., a firm she had recently joined as a first-year associate. 'I don’t think you’d ever s
Paula Davis-Laack writes, "The path to professional success isn't what it used to be. Back in the day, a company hired you and you stayed put. Today, very few employees enjoy such a static and linear career path. I worked for two law firms and as in-house counsel for a company before starting my own
Gender Equity Principles writes, "AT&T has long been at the forefront of diversity in corporate America, with a lengthy track record of developing diverse talent. The company hired Emma Nutt, the first female telephone operator in 1878 – 136 years ago. The Women of AT&T – the oldest and largest of A
Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. writes, "When I was sent to live with my grandmother, I was put on a bus alone at the age of nine. She was there to wrap her arms around me when I stepped off that bus. One of the first things she told me was that I had been born into a different America from the one she g