Lipman is the author of That’s What She Said: What Men and Women Need to Know About Working Together. She is the former Editor in Chief of USA Today. Her next book is on the art and science of reinvention.
Why This Might Not Have Been a Lost Year
The first anniversary of the coronavirus quarantine is fast approaching, and for many of us, it’s felt like a lost year. “It’s OK to Feel Overwhelmed and Be Unproductive,” Psychology Today assured its readers. “You’re...By Joanne Lipman February 16, 2021
How Diversity Training Infuriates Men and Fails Women
Decades before Anita Hill, Gretchen Carlson or #MeToo, American companies dreamed up "diversity training," typically a course that lasts anywhere from an hour to a couple of days, with the goal of wiping out biases...By Joanne Lipman January 25, 2018
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