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23 Powerful Tips to Help Women Leaders Succeed

How to foster your highest potential as a leader and business owner.

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To Rise up the Ranks at Work, Women Can Take These 4 Steps

Maggie Neale, a professor of management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, suggests a few strategies and new ways of thinking that women can adopt to make their voices heard, their qualifications clear and their careers take off.

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WWLI Library of Congress Event was a success!

On May 23th, WWLI members, sponsors, and guests enjoyed an evening of networking, inspiration, and education at the Library of Congress.

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The Secrets To Changing Your Career By Four Women Who Have Done It

For those of you who think it's impossible to navigate from one career to another listen to these wise women who have done it!

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Celebrating National Women Inventors' Month

February is National Women Inventors' Month! Take a moment to celebrate and learn about the amazing accomplishments of women through history.

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Like Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, WWLI.org Recognizes the Opportunity to Train Women for Board Seats

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and Marc Andreessen, are assembling a “boot camp” experience for women navigating the path to a seat on a board of directors. WWLI.org, too, has long seen this need to train women for board seats and is taking action.

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The Back Page

Pictures from the February event with Arianna Huffington

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STOP the Cycle of Networking That is NOT Working

“The best networking events I’ve attended or hosted are those that are more informal. In fact, I don’t like meeting people “to increase my network.” I like meeting people, well, just to meet people...

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Gender Bias Disrupts the Learning Cycle of Leadership

“Many CEOs who make gender diversity a priority—by setting aspirational goals for the proportion of women in leadership roles, insisting on diverse slates of candidates for senior positions, and developing mentoring and training programs—are frustrated...

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Arianna Huffington: “Sleep your way to the top…”

Arianna Huffington, the guest speaker at Tuesday’s Washington Women’s Leadership Initiative luncheon, talks in aphorisms: “If somebody works 24/7, there is a problem,” she tells the audience of about 150 (overworked) women (and a smattering of men)...

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