Apr 20

“It makes sense that women are more reticent to negotiate for themselves than men,” says Bowles, “if the social costs of doing so are greater for women than they are for men.” -

- Hannah Riley Bowles, a professor at the Center for Public Leadership and Faculty Director of Women & Power at the Harvard Kennedy School, from “Three Ways Women Can Negotiate Better On Behalf Of Themselves.

Wow - TheLi.st “The 10 Habits of Highly Successful Women" is still in Amazon’s top 10 “Women & Business” category - #5! Sheryl, Arianna, Claire/Katty, Brigid, us! Nice to be holding it down with the megabooks. If you haven’t already got it, why not start now? It’s $3.99 - a perfect spring-is-it-spring-yet-maybe-not-I-don’t-understand-the-weather read. 

Wow - TheLi.st “The 10 Habits of Highly Successful Women" is still in Amazon’s top 10 “Women & Business” category - #5! Sheryl, Arianna, Claire/Katty, Brigid, us! Nice to be holding it down with the megabooks. If you haven’t already got it, why not start now? It’s $3.99 - a perfect spring-is-it-spring-yet-maybe-not-I-don’t-understand-the-weather read. 

TheLi.st @ Medium

TheLi.st has a collection on Medium! Tagline: “Worth Your Time."  

Here are a few standout piece: 

It’s Not My Job to Fix Your Pipeline Problem" by Anthea Watson Strong 

A Culture of Extraordinary" by Stacy London 

Willing To Be Lucky" by Glynnis MacNicol 

If I Knew Then What I’m Beginning To Know Now" by Aubrey Sabala 

Becoming A Project Manager (It Doesn’t Happen By Mistake" by Ellen Chisa 

Please recommend, follow, blog, tweet, FB, snap, tumbl, pin, insta, G+, Gchat, take a selfie with, make your iPhone homescreen, store in the cloud, and print out on paper just in case you run out of battery. 

Apr 19

"I wanted to become something that was outside of the paradigms of expectation of the people in power."
Neil deGrasse Tyson in a panel at Harvard in 2009, responding to a question about Larry Summers’ infamous comments about women being genetically less inclined toward science. SMACK IT DOWN. 
(Also, I have a TV crush on Cosmos.) 

"I wanted to become something that was outside of the paradigms of expectation of the people in power."

Neil deGrasse Tyson in a panel at Harvard in 2009, responding to a question about Larry Summers’ infamous comments about women being genetically less inclined toward science. SMACK IT DOWN. 

(Also, I have a TV crush on Cosmos.) 

“If organizations aren’t committing resources of some kind (manpower or money) to addressing the problem, I don’t believe they are actually interested in structural changes. My recruiting assistance may help my community get entry level positions, but the fundamental power dynamic within the organization won’t change. When they’re asking me for free advice without any incurring any additional costs, they demonstrate an interest in mitigating the risk of a negative press cycle, not in solving a problem.” —

Anthea Watson Strong, "It’s Not My Job To Fix Your Pipeline Problem.”

For those of us who are regularly asked for free recruiting help/implicitly blamed when lineups aren’t diverse because we failed to properly locate a candidate, this is a richly satisfying read.

Read, recommend, and share. This is one to bookmark. 

Apr 16

Heartbleed Redesign

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Thanks to the Heartbleed Virus, Tumblr went ahead and changed all the formatting across their blogs, defaulting to a singularly fugly design with no inkling of how to get back to the previous look.  So - CTR got its first redesign since June 2010. Hope you like the freshening of our color scheme, tagline and all our social media icons n’stuff. We also gave our avatar a makeover, retiring Liberty and subbing in Rosie

There. Now you are up to date! Now go out and spend all that dough you made on Equal Pay Day. Oh, wait

Apr 12

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