The pressure for women to do—and be—everything is high. And women are feeling it: only one-third of women are confident in their life choices, seven in 10 are stressed out. Women today—some more than others, certainly—have more choices available than ever before. But such choices come with risk and reward.
Like work itself, I believe ambition was placed into humanity at creation and that it is an innately good part of what it means to be human. However, ambition also has a shadow side. How can we embrace the good of ambition, without letting it get the best of us?
No matter the industry or the task, workers today want to be personally connected to and invested in the work. They want to know its social and environmental impact. They want to be part of creating a better work culture.
A new research study by the Barna Group explores how the charitable landscape has changed over the last two and a half years. The study examines how many Americans have been affected by the economic downturn, how this has influenced their donations, and their outlook on economic recovery.
New research with @Compassion finds interest and investment in the fight against global poverty goes hand-in-hand w… https://t.co/XFHI3OKERN
IYCMI: Barna research was recently cited in an article by @JonathanMerritt in a @NYTopinion piece this week. https://t.co/ErgFsjkbIa