W.IN Recommended Resources

Want to improve your company today or find a company that is a good fit?  Use these resources to get started.

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In Her Sight

At InHerSight, our mission is to improve the workplace for women by measuring it. We bring women’s insights together into a common framework to show what’s working and what’s not at companies, and to help more women find their ideal workplace.

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Project Include

Project Include’s mission is to give everyone a fair chance to succeed in tech. We are a non-profit that uses data and advocacy to accelerate diversity and inclusion solutions in the tech industry.

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Lean In & McKinsey 

Women in the Workplace 2017 is a comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America. This research is part of a long-term partnership between LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company to give organizations the information they need to promote women’s leadership and foster gender equality.

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Catalyst is a global nonprofit working with some of the world’s most powerful CEOs and leading companies to build workplaces that work for women.


Five Questions Every Mentor Must Ask

One of my partners, Mats Lederhausen, recently shared with me a mentorship framework, first inspired by wellness guru, Deepak Chopra, that he’s evolved and used over the years. The framework is an amazingly simple-yet-powerful set of five critical questions. 


10 Killer Questions To Make The Most Of Your Mentor Meeting

So you finally mustered the nerve to ask a mentor for a cup of coffee. You’re sweating. You can feel pressure mounting. She strolls through the Starbucks door holding an Americano with two pumps of hazelnut in one hand and years of experience in the other.  Here are 10 questions you can ask her to take the pressure off you and make the most of your meeting.


What the Best Mentors Do 

Mentorship comes in many flavors. It doesn’t always work unless leaders bear in mind a few common principles.  Over the past three years, as part of my forthcoming book, I’ve been researching how leaders can better judge and develop their talent in light of a changing, more purpose-driven, more tech-enabled work environment. 

Women at Work

Conversations about the workplace, and women’s place in it – a podcast from Harvard Business Review.