How to Empower Women in the Workplace
This is a guest post by Shira Fine, vice president of communications at SKDknickbocker.
This is a guest post by Shira Fine, vice president and chief of staff at SKDknickbocker.
I was shopping for a gift for my almost four-year-old niece and was bombarded with princesses, pink and glitter. Very few options captured the spirit and lessons I want to impart on her – in essence that she can be anything she wants to be. But as we all know well, the mixed messages don’t stop when you enter kindergarten.
As a woman in my early 30s who has been in the workforce for about 10 years, I’m barraged with (and yet still seek out) articles and studies about how to succeed as a corporate female, when to Lean In, where to find mentors and how to advocate more successfully for myself.