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Clarity of the Disparity: Pathway for Closing the Gender Gap EP: 13

Season #1 Episode #13

The year is 2277 and women have finally achieved pay equality. Startling fact? Absolutely.

In fact, I would say that it is a stunning fact recognizing that in the last year, we have actually increased what was reported in the Global Gender Gap report of 2019. The year 2277 is actually 55 more years than estimated in the previous report.

As a high achiever in pursuit of fulfilling your executive ambitions, the topic of gender wage gap deserves your attention for 3 reasons:

- be an informed voter
- be an informed and engaged employee
- continuously develop your negotiation talents

In today’s podcast episode we hear from expert Jacqueline Twillie, President at ZeroGap. She shares her perspective on the signs of hope that the gender wage gap is closing and identifies entities that are modeling the way for positive change, and she speaks to steps individuals can take that will make a difference.

Coach MO Knows (a tip, coaching question and bit of inspiration)

Tip:

Connect with Jacqueline Twillie on LinkedIn:

https://linkedin.com/in/jacquelinetwillie

Check out Jacqueline’s books:


Don’t Leave Money on the Table book and workbook:

https://amzn.to/32XZLfh

Navigating the Career Jungle:

https://amzn.to/2Gvr4WW

Researching salary bans and determine what matters most to you:

https://www.salary.com/resources/guides/salary-history-inquiry-bans/

https://www.paycor.com/resource-center/states-with-salary-history-bans

https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/state-and-local-updates/pages/more-jurisdictions-are-banning-salary-history-inquiries.aspx

Coaching Question:

Consider first, your beliefs about money.

In thirty seconds write down at least 3 beliefs you hold about money.

How does this belief support you in strengthening your ability to negotiate your compensation package with your employer?

Inspiration:

“If you don't ask for it, someone else will “ ~Coach Mo

“ Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.” John F. Kennedy

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