Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Meeting Notes

We are bringing back Meeting Notes as a weekly feature. Here we will dish on tidbits, news, and important things we thinking Working Girls should know. So scroll down to hear what we think you should glean from this work week.
  • Crazy that it took this long, but here's a big congratulations to Jill Abramson who was named executive editor of The New York Times last week! This was long overdue as she is the paper's first woman to reign over the media empire in its 160-year tenure. Talk about girl power. [Marie Claire]
  • The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology published a new study that suggests jobs have become gender-segregated by how they are advertised. The survey found that women and men reacted differently to the same job when it was written differently. Male workers responded to words like "competitive" and "dominant" while women veered more towards words like "compassionate" and "nurturing". [Jezebel]
  • For all you self-employed Working Girls - here is an interesting article on how to find the right employees at the right time. It's all about timing! [Design Sponge]
  • And now for a little inspiration - 33 ways to stay creative below! [Today & Tomorrow]


Brooke Carpenter said...

Enjoyed today's Meeting Notes and links. My favorite was the 33 Ways to Stay Creative-#29, Stop trying to be someone else's perfect. Ahh, something to think about today.

Okay back to work.

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