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Closing The Gender Gap With PEAs-image

March 22, 2021 | Handshake

Closing The Gender Gap With PEAs

To achieve equal pay for women, companies need to pay their employees fairly. Many employees are no

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Women in the Workforce: The Shift from Glass-Ceiling to Labyrinth of Leadership-image

March 15, 2021 | Maggie Stimpson

Women in the Workforce: The Shift from Glass-Ceiling to Labyrinth of Leadership

The Glass-Ceiling metaphor ignores the barriers and inequalities women face in every step of their career, suggesting it is an inaccurate touchstone

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Public Private Partnership Highlight: Samsung and UNDP-image

March 11, 2021 | Maggie Stimpson

Public Private Partnership Highlight: Samsung and UNDP

Samsung and the United Nations Development Programme have teamed up to generate change and movement towards the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Their effort highlights the power of partnerships in helping deliver on the SDGs and the unique role the private sector can play in leveraging its network and reach to make a...

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Meet the Women Leading the Initiatives-image

March 8, 2021 | The Impact Executive

Meet the Women Leading the Initiatives

In honor Women’s History Month, Handshake is proud to highlight female executives committed to innovating, inspiring, and solving some of the world’s most pressing societal challenges.

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Empowering Reads for Women’s History Month-image

March 8, 2021 | Handshake

Empowering Reads for Women’s History Month

Here is a list of our favorite books written by women for women.

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How Can Women In Existing Leadership Roles Pave The Way For The Next Generation Of Female Executives?-image

March 2, 2021 | Handshake

How Can Women In Existing Leadership Roles Pave The Way For The Next Generation Of Female Executives?

 “Women coming into leadership roles is still an exception rather than the norm and there is a true issue associated with gender stereotypes and the image of leadership roles – this is where we need to start.”   Dina DiLorenzo, Chief...

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How Social Entrepreneurs Reimagine Business and Leadership-image

February 17, 2021 | Handshake

How Social Entrepreneurs Reimagine Business and Leadership

In honor of Black History Month, The Impact Executive is highlighting a diverse group of Social Entrepreneurs who are committed to creating innovative and sustainable solutions in education, tourism, food waste, energy, and agriculture through their business models. Join us...

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Inspirational Reads for Black History Month-image

February 10, 2021 | Handshake

Inspirational Reads for Black History Month

With just over a week into Black History Month 2021, we’re dedicating this time to celebrate the voices that continue to pave the path towards a more just society for African Americans across the United States. This year, we’re sharing...

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Speaking Softly and Carrying a Big Green Stick: Yellen, Treasury & The Power of Soft Diplomacy-image

January 22, 2021 | Handshake

Speaking Softly and Carrying a Big Green Stick: Yellen, Treasury & The Power of Soft Diplomacy

As Janet Yellen is expected to pass confirmation as the next Treasury secretary, her plans for climate change represent a new approach for an inter-governmental solution to address climate change. Her support for a carbon tax has been well documented...

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What is the Davos Agenda?-image

January 20, 2021 | Neha Sodhi

What is the Davos Agenda?

Since 1971, the World Economic Forum has brought together global leaders to its annual meeting in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. For more than 50 years, the annual meeting has served as a trusted platform where leaders from business, government, international organizations, civil society and academia convene...

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A Reminder of Global Cooperation: The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, in 2021-image

January 14, 2021 | Makayla Canfield

A Reminder of Global Cooperation: The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, in 2021

As we look to build back better in the wake of the pandemic, there could be no better time to rebuild trust and reassess priorities together.

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For Diverse Boardrooms-image

December 30, 2020 | Handshake

For Diverse Boardrooms

Neither boardrooms nor C-suites have been widely represented by women, minorities or LGBTQ+. This long-standing culture of board composition stems from structural cultural barriers to unconscious bias.   The thinking that women are not supposed to be in those roles and that for a group of people to be effective and successful, there must...

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