by Meredith Somers
The 2019 MIT Sloan Global Women’s Conference brought more than 200 alumnae, faculty, and business leaders to New York City to talk work-life challenges, unconscious bias, organizational change, and more.
Here are three insights from the wide-ranging talks.
Include everyone in the conversation
Rebecca Kirk Fair was scheduled to meet with a client to discuss a project. Before the meeting, a male colleague of Fair’s explained the client was notorious for preferring to work with men. So Fair asked her colleague to come along to the meeting.
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