Networks provide access to ideas, resources, support, role models and human connection — and working women need all of those things, stat.
So say Emily Dickens, chief of staff and head of government affairs at the Society for Human Resource Management, and Vipula Gandhi, managing partner and global head of enterprise business at Gallup. “Gallup has studied wellbeing, and the data are clear that we need connections to have a life well-lived,” Gandhi says. “And feeling cared for is a big part of engagement and wellbeing.”
Read more at: https://www.gallup.com/workplace/391580/women-improving-lives-networks-conversation.aspx