Women do better in situations with “low structural ambiguity”: where there is more information and lower uncertainty about the potential salary range and appropriate norms for negotiation.
By Joan C. Williams (Author, The New Girls’ Network)
If I hear once more that the reason for the wage gap is that women don’t negotiate, I may just blow a gasket.
Linda Babcock herself, the author of the studies that gave rise to the “women don’t ask” industry, has shown that women
Know what you want and start doing it with an infectious leadership style.
By Mariette Johnson Wharton (Co-Founder & VP Marketing, Vidtel)
Recently The Atlantic featured an article addressing in part the nearly impossible feat for working mothers to have it all (or at least have it all at the same time). The major limiting factor is not a lack of imagination or ambition but often control over one’s own schedule.
Running your own company affords the flexibility that can make that possible, but not everyone is in that position. If you are not an entrepreneur, seek an organization that lets you exert control over your schedule. Assuming you’ve landed in a place that will allow a flexible schedule, let’s get down to advancing your career.
I’ll focus on the startup world, where owing to the fast pace