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Leading in a Global Diverse and Fast Paced World: The Important role of Work-Life

There have been some amazing articles recently about women and power, the dynamics of workload, the role of millennials as future leaders, and why inclusion and diversity are critical to successful global businesses. The common thread that connects these topics … Continue reading

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This week I spent an evening with my daughters shopping for my wife Annie’s Mother’s Day present. While shopping isn’t my favorite activity, spending an evening with the girls to find a way to express their appreciation for their mother … Continue reading

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Chore Wars

Brad Harrington is the Executive Director of the Boston College Center for Work & Family.  This was originally posted in the BCCWF Member Newsletter. This week our research received significant international attention thanks to the cover story of Time Magazine titled … Continue reading

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