In the past few decades, it seems that everything has changed—and nothing has changed—for women in the workplace. This is one of the opening thoughts we discussed last week with special guest, Joann Lublin—Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, currently serving as the Management News Editor at the Wall Street Journal.
In the company of colleagues, clients, and friends, we came together at SYPartners New York to celebrate Joann’s recent book, Earning it: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World, and to share insights and ideas about the experience of women in business and society today.
We were also thrilled to hear perspectives from Christina d’Avignon (Founder and CEO, Ringly) and Gina Kim (Supervising Producer, Tina Brown Live Media/Women in the World) who joined our panel for the evening.
Wage gaps. Marriage contracts. Biases. Working moms. Authenticity. Leading with empathy. Female entrepreneurship. We covered a lot of ground.
At SYPartners, we see first-hand how change happens—for individuals, organizations, and society. And we’re excited to be part of the conversation about how change happens for women in the United States and around the world.