An inclusive and safe workplace is important so that everyone has the opportunity to reach their highest potential. It’s important to act as an ally in every space, but it can be especially important in the workplace where marginalized people might not feel as safe or comfortable voicing their concerns.

Deciding to invest in yourself can be difficult. It can be hard to feel like you’re worth the investment. But here at Ladyboss, we know you’re worth it! That is why we created Ladyboss Summit, to give Ladybosses the opportunities to connect, network, and learn from each other.

Implementing sustainability practices into your small business can pay off big for your brand and the planet.

Reels is a new way to grow your reach on Instagram. It allows you to create and share 15-second videos with anyone on Instagram through your Feed, Stories, or the Explore page.

If you’re like me, you grew up watching Rachael Ray’s 30 Minute Meals and have probably been conditioned to do everything as efficiently as possible, from ordering groceries online to studying for tests via Quizlet.

The good news is that like everything else in 2021, there are many great ways to streamline your content marketing.

Learn how to produce intriguing blog posts in a time crunch.

As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, “Women belong in all places where decisions are being made.”

One place where women can make a huge difference in their communities, organizations and industries is seated on a board.

The COVID-19 quarantine has completely changed many aspects of work and life, and has really drastically changed the ways in which we gather.

This means events are a totally new ballgame, and even if you’d mastered them before, the pivot to virtual brings up entirely new challenges. We brought together Carrie Brusven, of Gathered.,  Danyel Moe of Ladyboss Midwest & Kilbourne Group, Katie Pipinich of Livewire, and Dawn Koranda of Super Studio to give their tips and tricks for pulling off great events, even in this new, virtual world.

After decades of fighting for more fair and equal opportunities, women are leaving the workforce in droves. The percentage of women in the workforce is now as low now as it was in the 1980s, very literally sending women back decades. 

Despite comprising over half of the population of the United States, less than 1 in 4 elected officials across the country are women. 

Why in 2020, aren’t women equally represented in elected office?