themes:

Go Big
Make a huge impact with this super-size responsive grid theme!
Parallax header with up to 5 images
Full screen, responsive grid layout
Powerful premium features
Customize everything
Awesome customer support
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themes:

Go Big

Make a huge impact with this super-size responsive grid theme!

  • Parallax header with up to 5 images
  • Full screen, responsive grid layout
  • Powerful premium features
  • Customize everything
  • Awesome customer support

See Go Big and more at tumblr.com/themes

theacademy:

Costume Designer Ruth E. Carter (“Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” “Malcolm X,” “Serenity”) takes viewers inside her creative process in an exploration of where ideas come from.

staff:

Accepted challenge from:

  • Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo

Passing challenge along to:

  • Benedict Cumberbatch, beautiful alien
  • Kylie Jenner, the littlest Kardash
  • Everyone on Tumblr

Most important thing: Donate here.

(Special thanks to alittlespace for talking while wet.)

fastcompany:

Grounded leaders are able to do away with traditional leadership stereotypes based in gender roles.
We’re all familiar with the phrase “men are from Mars and women are from Venus.” In the business world, this has had unfortunate consequences for male and female leaders.
Male leaders were typecast as dominant competitors who played politics inside hierarchies and were great at leading with power, while female leaders were expected to understand connection and communication and lead people and teams better.
With this lens, the business world developed a whole theory of preconceived notions and biases about what to expect from men and women leaders. And like most assumptions, these supposed differences took on a life of their own. Over time, we became experts at typecasting people and, ultimately, shackling men and women to these stereotypes.
It’s time to put an end to this preoccupation with gender differences. It represents an old way of thinking and does a real disservice to both men and women.
Read More>

fastcompany:

Grounded leaders are able to do away with traditional leadership stereotypes based in gender roles.

We’re all familiar with the phrase “men are from Mars and women are from Venus.” In the business world, this has had unfortunate consequences for male and female leaders.

Male leaders were typecast as dominant competitors who played politics inside hierarchies and were great at leading with power, while female leaders were expected to understand connection and communication and lead people and teams better.

With this lens, the business world developed a whole theory of preconceived notions and biases about what to expect from men and women leaders. And like most assumptions, these supposed differences took on a life of their own. Over time, we became experts at typecasting people and, ultimately, shackling men and women to these stereotypes.

It’s time to put an end to this preoccupation with gender differences. It represents an old way of thinking and does a real disservice to both men and women.

Read More>