The Confidence Conundrum: Is It Strictly a Women’s Challenge?

NAPW Admin Confidence Conundrum 0 Comments

In addition to the very real wage gap, women also face another obstacle to success: the confidence gap.

The confidence gap is the systemic problem among women to constantly undervalue and underestimate themselves. Confidence comes from growth and risk-taking, and women are simply not socialized to risk-taking the way that men are.

The Competitive Advantage of “Woman’s Intuition”

NAPW Admin Wins for Women 0 Comments

There are few women in the world who cannot point to a time where there "woman's intuition" did not save their life, limb, finances, or emotional well-being. The feeling like "something is off" that sends the body into fight-or-flight mode is a familiar one to those who have ever dated, driven, or walked through a parking garage after dark.

Mother and Daughter Raising Awareness about Human Trafficking

Lisa Mancuso Feature Story, Member Connections Newsletter 7 Comments

Co-Founders of 4P Project, NAPW VIP Members
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). This week’s feature story provides our readers and NAPW members with an eye-opening account of a mother and daughter who are doing their part in the fight against human trafficking, a disturbing form of sexual violence that unfortunately exists within our country, not only overseas.