Posts tagged women in the workplace
Be Assertive, not an Ass

Being assertive is the simplest, most direct way to influence someone. Why? As human beings, we generally tend to believe what others tell us, and question what others question. At our core, we are non-confrontational (yes, it’s true), and to dispute a direct statement invites lots of conflict… so we only do it when absolutely necessary.

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Salary Transparency and Assertive Women

I talk about “Women in the Workplace” a lot. I am one. It’s one of our programming areas at wolf & heron. And it’s something that happens to be coming up in the media a lot lately. Because of that, I’m looking back at my own professional experiences and trying to challenge my perspective of those experiences based on some of the discussions we’re having today.

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