Women in Advertising
Recently a CD told me a male colleague at my same level is better than I am. Rationally I know that writing is subjective and that we each have our own strengths, but it really got me down.
I’m having trouble succeeding at any one thing. My house is a mess, I’m barely spending any time with kids and when I do I’m irritated and probably working, and at same time cant reply to the 20 email
Dilemma. Craving stability and am at a kind agency BUT I also miss the feeling of exciting, great work. I’ll explain in the first comment below....
I have a Senior PM on my team ask to be in an agency leadership meeting. I‘m new, but I think it’s inappropriate. This isn’t our first boundary issue and I’m not sure how to handle. Any advice?
How to deal with a coworker who behaves friendly in private (buying little gifts, having personal conversations) but is passive aggressive at work and tries to prove you aren’t good at your job?
What are some of the best Design or Advertising Conferences to attend for Women in Advertising to learn from Women in Leadership?
I can’t get my partner to warm up to me. He won’t acknowledge me and talks to me the bare minimum. But he’s super friendly with everyone else! What should I do to build a friendlier relationship?
I’m going back to work after 3 months of maternity leave. Any advice? Questions to ask? Things to watch out for? Ways to deal with missing sweet baby?
Looking to hear the worst things people have said about women CDs/bosses in advertising for a project! Would be thankful if you would comment
How should I handle this? My annual review is next week. I want to move into a leadership role on our new project management team but there is someone already in that role who is failing at it. Cont..
My good friend - a brilliant creative - is getting crushed by the egos of her CD bosses (also women) and essentially becoming their secretary. Any tips for her on how to handle it, besides a new job?
Decided to watch the movie 9 to 5. Sweet lord, I couldn’t have done it. I can’t begin to imagine working as a woman during that time. Sadly, some stuff in this movie is still happening.
Anyone else deeply obsessed with this Girls. Girls. Girls. Magazine piece?! https://vimeo.com/393253445?ref=em-share
I turned 27 this year and found myself at a weird crossroads in my career: I don’t know where I fit in. Part of me still feels very young and inexperienced, most comfortable in sneakers and tshirts...