How my 10 year old taught me about workplace sexism and misogyny.

(This article was first published in parts on LinkedIn March 9, 2018)

Just over five months ago, my 10-year-old son arrived home on the brink of tears, at first not wanting to discuss why he was crying. As a parent, your first instincts are —

what happened and did someone do or say something to you?

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