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In this Fast Company article, reacHIRE CEO Addie Swartz shares 3 ways to directly impact women’s confidence and career success.
The most significant contributor to the leadership gender gap is that women don’t have access to critical support early in their careers. “Investing even a little bit earlier in this group’s career,” says Addie Swartz, CEO of reacHIRE, “can make a significant difference.”
Anyone can use online classes to get certified in some of the most in-demand software programs, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Systems Applications and Products (SAP), Hootsuite, and Salesforce, Swartz says.
In today’s episode, Emilie chats with Addie Swartz, a serial entrepreneur and CEO of reacHIRE, all about how millennial and GenZ women can take control of their career trajectory from the very start of their careers to get promoted in a world that doesn’t like to promote women.
“Many individuals are ready for a promotion…their skills are there, they have proven themselves, they have gotten the reviews that show they should be moving to the next level, but the climate may not be as conducive,” said Addie Swartz, CEO of reacHIRE. “Should you have those same expectations? I think the world has changed.