Job Search Tips in the Great Resignation | That’s A Good Question

Women are leaving the workforce in droves, leading the charge in the Great Resignation in search of radically different work experiences with organizations that value humanity and their people above all else. Like so many of us, the pandemic was a time of deep reflection for our listener, especially after moving cross-country to care for […]

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Cecilia Muñoz

Cecilia Muñoz on Raising Children While Working in the White House

For eight years, Cecilia Muñoz served as the highest-ranking Latina in the White House under President Obama while raising two daughters. Now a senior advisor with New America, she spoke with us recently about what policies changes we need to support families—and how she managed parenting and work. Muñoz is the author of More Than […]

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What to do when you're chronically underpaid

What to Do When You’re Chronically Underpaid | That’s A Good Question

Welcome to the first episode of “That’s A Good Question,” a new segment in which our host Celeste Headlee teams up with an expert to answer YOUR real-life work-life questions. In this episode, our listener realizes she is being paid less than her colleagues for the same work, with the same experience. Should she demand […]

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Charmaine McClarie

An Executive Coach Shares Her Hard-Won Insights into Finding Your Voice, and Strength, in 2020

One truth about tumultuous times like these is that it can be difficult to get a sense of perspective—the kind that allows you to take a bigger view than the day’s headlines and begin to find your voice, your strength, and your role in a changing world. That’s why, this month, we are happy to […]

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Suze Orman Has Some Advice for You: About Money, the Future of Work, and More

In a recent exclusive interview with the Conferences for Women, Suze Orman—America’s best-known financial advisor to women—was characteristically outspoken money, the future of work, and more. Orman, the author of 10 consecutive New York Times bestsellers and winner of two Emmy Awards, recently came out of a short-lived retirement to again advise women about a […]

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Tracy Dumas

3 Ways Employers Can Support Women (and We Can Support Ourselves) Now

It’s no secret that working women are facing unsustainable new challenges this year. Many working mothers have lost access to good childcare. Many working women without children are taking on new eldercare responsibilities. And even those without new caregiving demands are burdened by the fears and loneliness of these times. “Everybody’s lives have been upended. […]

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Yai Vargas

Creating Your Authentic Personal Brand In These Times – with Yai Vargas

COVID-19 has greatly changed the way we network—requiring us to be more innovative than ever, especially with our use of technology. So, how should you think about building a strong personal brand in this new environment? In this episode, Yai Vargas, branding guru and founder and CEO of The Latinista, offers actionable ways to create […]

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