During the past month, I have been fortunate to attend a number of events focused on breakthrough initiatives companies are implementing to advance women.
Even though research has shown that there are concrete benefits to hiring and promoting more women into leadership positions, progress remains stilted in corporate America—especially at the top. Only 14 percent of executives at Fortune 500 companies are women. While the number of female board members has been increasing, the number of female executives . . .
“Advancing women today is a lot like diet and exercise – everybody knows it’s the right thing to do and nobody does it. We have to move from a conceptual head nod to true advocacy and passion,” said Halter. “It’s not one thing, it’s issues that no one wants to address…because they’re complex, they’re interrelated and most companies have not done the . . .
We keep expecting women to #leanin, what we need is men to #standup.
I was recently interviewed by Laura Zarrow for Women@Work on SiriusXM BusinessRadio111 about advancing women in the workplace and need for male engagement.
For decades, we have encouraged women to build their skills or change their leadership style in order to advance in the workplace. Yet the number women holding . . .
It’s not often that my job is done by an advertisement. But this week, the folks at Bud Light stepped up to the microphone to talk about gender pay equity. As many of you know, I’ve been encouraging men to step up and get involved in the conversation about advancing women in the workplace. My advice is to . . .