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Sallie Krawcheck, cofounder and CEO of Ellevest, shares five crucial lessons you can take from setbacks.
Sian L. Beilock gives science-backed strategies on how to thrive under pressure.
Defying the Disparities: What's holding back women entrepreneurs and how we can overcome it
Sallie Krawcheck: Why I’m Over Women’s ‘Empowerment’—Fortune
Capturing the Opportunity in Risk
Women in STEM: Nancy Harvey—Chicago Woman Magazine
"Rethink job design to break the glass ceiling" - inspired by Marianne Bertrand #boothwomenconnect—@andihadi
A Force for Founders
Taking Leadership to the Next Level
An Investment in the Future
Wow- over 900 women together at #boothwomenconnect today—@melissaIMC
Highlights from Booth Women Connect Conference 2016
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The Troublesome Gender Gap — Crain's Chicago
Enjoying the @ChicagoBooth's Conference learning about executive presence. #BoothWomenConnect #FutureCEO@DParkerCSFD
The Importance of First Impressions
It's imperative that women explore innovative ways to build partnerships and connect. — Bridget Gainer, '02, speaker at #BoothWomenConnect
Why Women Thrive at Booth—Chicago Booth Magazine
Power of Asking Questions
Inspiration Abounds at 2015 Women Connect Conference — @MasterAdmission
Thrilled to be at #boothwomenconnect with my mastermind ladies. #bosslady — SmithBrown Marketing
Success as a Female Entrepreneur
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The One Thing You Should Never Discuss During a Pitch Meeting — Waverly Deutsch, Fortune Magazine
There is no such thing as a creative person, only creative choices. Beautiful talk with @jmschert at #BoothWomenConnect — @ashnfitz
Start Up Do’s and Don’ts — Waverly Deutsch
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