Make It Better had a terrific interview with Andrea S. Kramer and Al Harris, authors of the book “Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work,” who are both presenting at the professional development seminar Family Matters: Sex, Lies, Money and Power (and Some Good Social Efforts Along the Way) that GlassCeiling.com and Entertain2Educate are presenting next weekend, Feb. 23rd.
“The goal is to make continuing education fun and enjoyable,” says Ruth Goran, founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of GlassCeiling.com, a knowledge base for women in the workplace, and of Entertain2Educate, an events and education content developer. The Feb. 23 event is geared toward attorneys, and anyone in business and/or nonprofit organizations who is interested in ethical issues in the workplace today.
Read the full interview on the Make It Better website.
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