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  • Recapping the Forbes and Know Your Value 30/50 Summit

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  • First female head of state in Africa sits down with Mika

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  • Global mentoring for women across generations at the 2024 Forbes 30/50 Summit

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Alicia Menendez on being liked at work: Here’s how to navigate the trap

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The author of the new book “The Likeability Trap” tells Know Your Value founder Mika Brzezinski about the penalty women pay for being either too aggressive or too nice. She encourages them to advocate for themselves and collectively to fight bias in the workplace.