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    How can strong female partnerships help women in the workplace?

    • Rise of the Rest Tour — Tuesday, May 5th Raleigh

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      Rise of the Rest Tour — Tuesday, May 5th Raleigh

      We cannot contain our excitement — we are the opening speakers for AOL co-founder, Steve Case‘s, Rise of the Rest day of entrepreneurship activities taking place in Raleigh and Durham next Tuesday May 5th. There is still time to register, so join us if you can. It promises to be an amazing day...

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      May 6, 2015

    • Power Through Partnership review on Huff Post Books

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      Power Through Partnership review on Huff Post Books

      One of the best parts about the publishing process has been meeting other incredible women and listening to their stories. Heidi Walker of The Parenting Difference is one such new friend and inspiration. She shared her thoughts and experiences in a review of the book on The Huffington Post—her u...

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      March 12, 2015

    • The benefits of partnership light up the internet

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      The benefits of partnership light up the internet

      Earlier this year, writer Kelsey Manning joined Team Powership when she read Power Through Partnership for Levo League. We were thrilled with her take on the messages in the book, and we weren’t the only ones. Fortune, Time and MSNBC all picked up her article for their sites as well! Watching th...

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      March 12, 2015

    • Family or Team?

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      Family or Team?

      A recent project with a long-time client gave us the opportunity to reflect on what changes came about as a result of the work we did with them on an organization-wide strategic planning project. The process was a big commitment for the leader and for many others in the organization. It involved ...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Mulberry Partners Featured in Forbes article on job-sharing

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      Mulberry Partners Featured in Forbes article on job-sharing

      Betsy and Maggie’s research on women’s partnerships is featured in today’s Forbes.com How Job Sharing May Be The Secret To Work-Life Balance. http://www.forbes.com/sites/work-in-progress/2011/10/24/how-job-sharing-may-be-the-secret-to-work-life-balance/ While job sharing isn’t for everyone, if b...

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      March 6, 2015

    • what began as an idea

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      what began as an idea

      Once upon a time we had a wondering … was partnership benefitting other women in the same ways it benefitted us? We reached out to 125 female co-leaders to learn that it was. This week the book that came from this idea takes one big step forward: we’re headed to the office of our publisher, Ber...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Power Through Partnership site now live

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      Power Through Partnership site now live

      We invite you to visit our new site for our book Power Through Partnership: How Women Lead Better Together. There’s all sorts of fun stuff on there. like this downloadable graphic. Visit it and let us know what you think.  Thank you for all your support!

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      March 6, 2015

    • Books to Empower Women

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      Books to Empower Women

      We were thrilled to see Power Through Partnership featured  in BPlans as a notable title in Books to Empower Women (That Men Should Read Too).  

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      March 6, 2015

    • Betsy and Maggie on The State of Things — NPR Radio

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      Betsy and Maggie on The State of Things — NPR Radio

        One of our hopes when we started our book launch was to get on The State of Things – one of our very favorite radio shows out of WUNC with Frank Stasio as host.  You can check out the 17 minute interview here.

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      March 6, 2015

    • Power Through Partnership Reviewed in Las Vegas Business Press

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      Power Through Partnership Reviewed in Las Vegas Business Press

      Thanks, Jim Pawlak, for the write up in the Las Vegas Business Press 

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      March 6, 2015

    • Investor’s Business Daily feature

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      Investor’s Business Daily feature

      “Starting a business solo can be daunting if you aren’t sure what to do. Finding a partner often adds the spark—and skills—that transform dream into smashing success.” Amy Alexander of Investor’s Business Daily interviewed us recently and published her wonderful article that you can read here.

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      March 6, 2015

    • In Hartford Business Journal

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      In Hartford Business Journal

      Power Through Partnership was recently featured in the Hartford Business Journal online. Check it out here. 

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      March 6, 2015

    • HuffingtonPost Live

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      HuffingtonPost Live

      We had so much fun on Huffington Post Live with Nancy Redd. Our friends and partners in their own right Tina Kuna and Stephanie Allen of Dream Dinners as well as Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus of Nanny Diaries and many other novels fame joined us for a lively conversation about putting partn...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Five Pieces of Evidence Proving That Women Make Better Business Leaders and Partners

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      Five Pieces of Evidence Proving That Women Make Better Business Leaders and Partners

      Betsy Polk and Maggie Ellis Chotas' latest book argues for the need for more female partnerships in business. They dig deep to show how unfounded myths and shoddy social science has kept women from collaborating together for greater success. Of course, there are bound to be many who may want t...

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      October 13, 2014

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