Nurture new paths for women who experience bullys or harassers at work.
Listen to women who have experienced bullying at work, connect them with resources beyond lawyers so they/we can thrive and belong. Work with career coaches, therapists, HR, hiring managers to make more processes trauma-informed so they can hire and retain women who have faced unfairness, especially bullying or harassment, at work.
Adaptive community leadership. Systemic change. Nudges. Influence without authority. Build relationships with diverse people and teams. Integrate multiple team goals and metrics without sacrificing my personal and team goals. Speak up. Center the person who has been harmed over the person who did the harm.
Here's the first step for high school students
Be curious. Try lots of things. Learn how to do things that are outside your comfort zone. Embrace failure and use it to learn about yourself and what you love to do. Find your passion - the things that are common across your favorite activities such as "learning emerging tech and teaching it to others", "feeling I contributed to making the world better in some small way", or "meeting with people 1:1 and developing relationships with them."
"You're not likable enough, I don't know why people like you, you ask too many questions, you're too abrasive, you're too aggressive, you're not aggressive enough, you don't take initiative, I don't like the way you take initiative, you speak against bias"