This article has been syndicated from TechCrunch. By Michal Tsur (Co-Founder & President, Kaltura) & Leah Belsky (VP of Strategy, Kaltura) The blossoming tech startup generation, and the new wave of professional women seeking success in the workplace and at home don’t always cross paths. Tech industries suffer from a noticeable lack of strong female [...]
Posts Tagged "Having It All"
Don’t be fooled by Atlantic headlines or even perhaps your social circle. The question is not if but how. By Laura Yecies (CEO, SugarSync) Since a picture’s worth a thousand words, this blog post can be short. Take a look at the below chart from the US Department of Health and Human Services website. Many, [...]
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 [...]
The term “having it all” makes women seems “piggy” and elitist. By Anne-Marie Slaughter (Contributor, The Atlantic) For everyone out there who cares about gender equality, work-family balance, or however else we choose to frame the complex debate that my article “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” has (re)ignited, let’s start by agreeing on [...]
What should be evaluated critically is the definition of “all”. By Leah Eichler (Contributing Writer, Femme-O-Nomics) Can women have it all? It’s a question that repeatedly creeps up in this ongoing dialogue on women and careers. I frequently encounter contemporaries who believe it’s the duty of women in their 30s and 40s to warn this [...]
By Elizabeth Kiehner (Co-Founder & Principal, Thornberg & Forester) As a 35 year old business owner with a 20 month old daughter, I can only stress one thing: I wish I did it all sooner. That goes for both the business and the baby, though most importantly the baby. Having met several other successful entrepreneurs [...]
By Monisha Perkash (Co-Founder & CEO, LUMOback) “You can have it all, just not at the same time.” These were the words of advice from a well-intentioned mentor who was trying to help me figure out how to pursue an entrepreneurial career and also start a family. I knew she was trying to be reassuring, [...]