A lot of us have a certain kind of personality when it comes to women.
I know I do, which is why I was surprised when a coworker said she was interested in being a “bad girl” in my company.
I know this because my boss and I had a great conversation in which we talked about how we wanted to create a culture where women feel safe in the office and women feel supported in their work.
I think that’s a big part of what we want to achieve with this program, and it’s something I’d like to share with all of my female coworkers who want to get into the workforce.
As a company, we want you to be able to work from home, have more flexibility in your schedule and work remotely if you want.
But when it’s time to work in the morning, after the kids have gone to school or after the family has gone to bed, I know that a lot of women feel uncomfortable.
We want you on the team and at the office, but you need to be comfortable with your own boundaries.
And so this program is about giving you the tools to do that, and we hope it will help you feel comfortable in your work, at home and at work.
If you want to learn more about this program and to get started, you can sign up for our free online course or get in touch with me on Twitter.
This is part of our ongoing series, “30 Things You Can Do Today to Avoid Being a Bad Girl.”