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Trending: February 20th Edition

Trending: February 20th Edition

Read popular articles from the web all in one place. 

This week, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had the perfect response to the question: "When will there be enough women in the Supreme Court?;" Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant talk about women doing "office housework;" and Fast Company asks if salary transparency could eliminate the gender gap. Read on to learn a few tips and tricks to hone your leadership skills and some innovative ways to attract, retain, and develop women in leadership at all levels.

"7 Things You Should Insist On No Matter What People Say" Marc and Angel Hack Life

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Perfect Response When Asked About Women On The Supreme Court" HuffPost Politics

"Madam C.E.O., Get Me a Coffee" NYT

"A Definitive Strategy to Eliminate The Gender Pay Gap" Fast Company

"Gender-mandering—Why Women Have Lost Out on Leadership in the New US Congress" Quartz

"Here’s What Happened When a Woman Sent a Job Rejection to a Man" Business Insider

"I Run a Small Business #LikeAGirl and Achieve Because Of It" HuffPost

"Why Engagement Happens in Employees' Hearts, Not Their Minds" Fast Company

"Labor Pains" (When Will We Stop Punishing Working Women for Having Babies?) New Republic

"12 Ways Women Unknowingly Sabotage their Success" Business Insider

"The Best Thing You Can Do For Yourself -- And All The Women Around You" HuffPost

"6 Ways to Get Women Into Leadership Positions and Keep Them There" Fast Company

"7 Questions Every Leader Should Ask on a Regular Basis" Business Insider