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Today’s conversation is a nuanced one – we’re talking all about women making more. Gender power dynamics at work, how are women perceived in the workforce, negotiating for more… these are the topics I discuss with the founder of Ladies Get Paid and Author of the new book by the same name, Claire Wasserman.
How have things shifted after the Pandemic for women in the workforce? Are we making strides, and is there backslash? Today’s conversation shows the positive and the negative – while much has shifted, there’s still work to be done and if there’s one thing we should be doing to make strides faster is speaking about money much more openly with others. And Claire’s work, the origins of Ladies Get Paid, began just with that premise. We’ve got to talk about this, the silence is not good for anyone, especially not us ladies.
How did her Jewish upbringing influence her work? What did she learn about money from her family of origin? Some of her financial failures and wins… We talk honestly about privilege and a lot of the nuances that are part of the conversation on wealth building for women.
Claire has a Master’s Certificate in Behavioral Finance and Financial Psychology. She’s a highly sought-after expert for Fortune 500 companies working to improve diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Claire has traveled the country teaching thousands of women how to negotiate millions of dollars in raises, start businesses, and advocate for themselves in the workplace. Chosen as one of Entrepreneur Magazine’s 100 Most Powerful Women, she has spoken at places such as Harvard Business School, Facebook, NASA, and the United Nations, and has appeared on Good Morning America and in the New York Times, and now on Jewish Money Matters. Here’s the fabulous Claire Wasserman.
You can find Claire at Ladiesgetpaid.com
and her book is Ladies Get Paid: The Ultimate Guide to Breaking Barriers, Owning Your Worth, and Taking Command of Your Career
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