I had the pleasure of joining the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Network Lunch last week. Our panel discussion covered balancing business and politics: how can professionals balance personal political beliefs and advocacy with business demands?
As social and political issues and stances increasingly become part of our personal and public conversations, we need to think more deliberately of where and how we communicate our points of view. And much like the recent movement from work life ‘balance’ to work life ‘integration’, it’s getting harder and harder to keep the two separate. And frankly, keeping them separate would be inauthentic.
But integration brings risks both personal and professional, so how exactly can you navigate? Below are three key takeaways from the panel:
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