Where are all the female MBA’s? (Part 2 of 2)


Where Career Aspiration, Advancement and Talent Management Meet Reality

An MBA is often seen as a critical element for leaders to move up to the C-Suite. In Part 1 of this series I explored the role an MBA in the pipeline to C-Suite and also interviewed a typical high-potential woman who is seeking an MBA to pursue her career goals. In Part . . .

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Where are all the female MBA’s? (Part 1 of 2)


Alert: Women Business Leaders Missing in the Pipeline to the C-Suite

I was recently asked to keynote a Women’s Leadership event for the Georgia Tech MBA Women’s Alumnae Network. Georgia Tech is an amazing institute, and from a full disclosure standpoint, I am the proud father of a graduate.

In my work on advancing women and engaging men I wanted to take this time to . . .

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Your Women’s Leadership Strategy – Bringing It All Together


Real Diversity Isn’t a Journey It’s an Integrated Strategy to Change Your Culture (Part 4 of 4)

For the first three posts on creating an integrated women’s leadership strategy I have focused on hard business dialogue, measures, metrics and accountability. My last segment will focus on an equally critical element that many organizations cannot even measure today but is evolving into . . .

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Radio Interview with Maria Reitan on Advancing Women and Engaging Men


I recently was interviewed by Maria Reitan for her award winning Purse Strings radio series. She wanted to understand how to unleash the power of women in organizations and discuss my brand new book, Why Women: The Leadership Imperative to Advancing Women and Engaging Men.

Our interview begins at 7:48 mark.

 

Join us for an interesting conversation about women . . .

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