Posts Tagged ‘Women’s History Month’
A Roadmap to Reframe Women’s Leadership Advancement
IBM study finds that to thrive organizations must prioritize advancing women – and all historically under-represented groups. A new global study from the IBM Institute for Business Value and Chief offers a roadmap for sustainable progress for advancing women. Fewer than half (45%) of organizations surveyed report they have made advancing more women into leadership roles a…Read More
For International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, It’s Time For Action
Make 2023 the year you commit to #TakeAction on inclusion As we approach Women’s History Month in March and International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8, there’s never been a better time to take action and rally others to join you in creating real and sustainable change in the workplace. Frankly, we’re in trouble, and…Read More
What Are You Doing to Make Your Company Fair and Equal To All – Today And Every Day?
How Will You #PressforProgress? This Is What I’m Doing. #PressforPreogress is the 2018 theme for International Women’s Day. It’s an apt theme and one that encourages each of us to ask what are we (and the organizations we represent) are doing to accelerate gender equity. According to a 2017 World Economic Forum study, gender parity is over 200…Read More
Celebrate Women’s History Month with Male Ally and Advocate, Jeffery Tobias Halter
To celebrate Women’s History Month, Julie Kratz, Founder of Pivot Point, interviewed Jeffery Tobias Halter for their podcast series on how male allies support women for gender equality. Jeffery is a gender strategist and the President of YWomen, a strategic consulting company focused on engaging men in women’s leadership advancement. As former Director of Diversity Strategy…Read More
Is Your Women’s Leadership Strategy Sitting on a One-Legged Stool?
Why women’s leadership initiatives at most companies fail to drive real change. 10 Tools to Drive Real Change for Women in the Workplace It’s 2018, and there is still a lot of work to be done to achieve women’s equity in the workplace. In fact, progress — real progress — in advancing women in most organizations has…Read More