Alyssa Milano On What Is Next For #MeToo

I think we need to try to break the habit of buying into the narrative that women are all in competition with each other. If a co-worker confides in you that she is going through any kind of harassment or misconduct at work, tell her you will go with her and support her through the reporting process. Have faith that this is not a fragile movement.

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Why Working Hard Is Not Enough To Get Ahead

“Women get so caught up in the ‘performance currency,’" said Carla Harris, vice chairman, managing director and senior client advisor at Morgan Stanley. "We over-invest in this because, in many ways, it is safe. It is black and white. It is much grey-er to take some time out and shoot the breeze with someone because the return on that effort is not clear, and yet this shooting the breeze is very valuable.”

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Zoe Saldana Is Becoming The Hero Hollywood Needs

When I started acting I always felt alienated because I was considered exotic, or different, or too skinny for this, or too light for that. These pigeonholes can only make you feel different or excluded. Overtime you just start to ask yourself, ‘When will I be considered for what I have to contribute?

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Mika Brzezinski Shares Five Ways To Grow Your Value At Work

“You know I like the idea of being relentless. If you ask Joe what my qualities are he would say relentless. And he would say it with respect. I am still in the business after age 50. After being fired or ‘phased out’ or kicked down because I am relentless. This is a quality that usually applies to men and I think women can have it too.”

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