Most Popular PowerToFly Blogs of 2017
Dec. 28, 2017
2017 was an important year for women. From the Women's March to the #MeToo Movement, women have been making headlines nationwide, and we have the overwhelming support of our fellow females to thank for this.
At PowerToFly, we too, have had a record year. We've brought more jobs, events, and opportunities to your inbox and delivered content to your feeds that has not only empowered you, but made you come back for a second or third read.
With that being said, we're excited to share our top five blog posts of 2017. Ranging from what to wear to work, to highlighting powerful female leaders, this year was all about inspiring you- and we can't wait to keep this going in 2018.
1. 14 Ways to Dress Chic And Retain Your Inner Geek
Getting dressed for the office can be hard, if not downright painful for many women. We've put together some of out favorite looks for "Geek Chic Fashion Week" that are perfect for any day at the office!
2. 15 Female Virtual Mentors (Tony Robbins, Take Note)
We polled our trusted team members and the women from our Facebook group to come up with a list of 15 virtual female mentors you should start following today. This list is a mix of women who may consider themselves virtual mentors and women who aren't doing it officially, but they're certainly inspiring others.
3. Business Insider Honors the 43 Most Powerful Female Engineers of 2017
Our friends at Business Insider celebrate the 43 most powerful female engineers in U.S. tech helping to praise our community of trailblazing women and changing the tide for future generations of women in engineering.
4. I Tested My Personality To Be More Productive
President and cofounder of PowerToFly, Katharine Zaleski takes a closer look at how her productivity has changed (and improved!) throughout the years with the help of various personality tests.
5. The Email I Had To Write To Take A Vacation
Vacations should be a time for rest and relaxation- not stressing about work. President and cofounder Katharine Zaleski shares the email she sends to her team prior to leaving to ensure things run smoothly in her absence.
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Clyde's Kelly Hall Shares Tips for Moving from a Big Organization to a Startup and a Framework for Making the Decision
Kelly Hall broke a major rule of negotiation when she was interviewing for her current job at product protection startup Clyde.
A five-step framework for addressing systematic racism at work
The world has changed in the past few weeks.
We're watching corporations and organizations across the world come out in support of Black lives in droves. Many of those organizations are doing so for the first time in their history.
The core of CSL's mission is to save lives. They are at the forefront of finding biotherapeutic solutions for illness, and not just any kind— the rare and serious are their forte. During this unprecedented global pandemic, we'd be hard pressed to think of a better company than CSL to sit down with for a wide reaching panel discussion featuring several of their leaders.
Speakers from CSL included:
- Melissa Bradford, Senior Director, Global Talent Acquisition
- Wlenyeno Elliott-Browne, Division Director- CSL Plasma
- Rebecca Mims, Director, QA and Compliance
- Sophia Yu, Product Manager- HAE Marketing
- Jasmin Senior Bostic, Senior Manager, Global University Relations & Recruiting
Over 40,000 people joined us online last week for Diversity Reboot 2020. We're so grateful to those of you who joined us and we are feeling re-energized and more committed than ever to diversity, equity, and inclusion in our homes and our workplaces.