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Parity in Progress: A New Future for Women in Energy

May 25, 2017 • Women in LeadershipComments (0)

By Katie Mehnert Women’s rights have been front and centre in recent weeks, given the current political climate. But movement toward change has been brewing for some time. And while there’s still a ways to go to reach parity, there are some notable signs of progress in some unexpected places – namely, the global oil …

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The Value of Gender-Based Leadership

March 2, 2017 • LEADERSHIP, Women in Leadership, Corporate GovernanceComments (2)

By Melissa Greenwell   If a roomful of men can draw on their experiences and insights to help a business succeed, a roomful of men and women drawing from a deeper pool can achieve even more. Given the growing evidence about the business value of

We Need a Greater Focus on the Benefits Women in Top Executive Roles Bring to Companies Rather than Doom and Gloom Over their Limited Numbers

January 24, 2017 • LEADERSHIP, Women in Leadership, Corporate Governance, MBAs & Executive EducationComments (0)

By Sucheta Nadkarni   Recruiting women to corporate boards and top executive roles helps businesses find the best people and reach key consumers. There’s a risk that too much focus on doom and gloom, over the lack of such senior women in business, will

Power with Purpose: How Women’s Leadership Boosts the Economy and Society

January 19, 2017 • LEADERSHIP, Women in LeadershipComments (0)

By Lynn Taliento and Anu Madgavkar While there has been progress toward increased opportunities in the labor force for women, they remain underrepresented at the top of companies around the world. The economic and social benefits of narrowing the gender gaps

What Leaders Can Learn from Both Clinton and Trump

January 5, 2017 • LEADERSHIP, Women in Leadership, CommentaryComments (0)

By Katharina Balazs   When connecting with an audience, Hillary Clinton leads with the head while Donald Trump comes from the heart: both hold lessons for today leaders. Watching Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during the U.S. presidential debates, it

Winning the War for the Best Female Talent

July 20, 2016 • LEADERSHIP, STRATEGY & MANAGEMENT, Women in Leadership, Coaching, Talent ManagementComments (0)

By Christie Hunter Arscott, Lauren Noël & Douglas Ready The International Consortium for Executive Development Research (ICEDR) identifies five key themes that emerging women leaders value which companies should focus on to attract, advance, and retain

Entrepreneurial Risks and the Joys that Come with Them

May 21, 2016 • STRATEGY & MANAGEMENT, Women in Leadership, EntrepreneurshipComments (0)

By Myra Strober Sometimes it is only with hindsight that one understands the benefits that come from taking an entrepreneurial risk. In 1974, Myra Strober helped to establish the center for research on women at Stanford, one of the first to be established in

Introduction to the Female Leadership In Our Time

April 16, 2016 • Women in Leadership, Female Leadership In Our TimeComments (1)

“I believe that true passion has no gender and focusing on your goals and dreams helps you to overcome gender and cultural boundaries.” Simonetta Di Pippo, Astrophysicist, Director of the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs   To download the free copy

Franziska Gsell, CMO, IWC Schaffhausen

April 16, 2016 • Women in Leadership, Marketing & Consumers, Female Leadership In Our TimeComments (0)

  Click here to download your free copy of the Female Leadership in Our Time   ON GENDER AND CAREER CHOICE I don’t think that gender was in any way a disadvantage for me when it came to choosing my profession. I had always wanted to be in

Magdalena Mook, Executive Director & CEO, International Coach Federation

April 16, 2016 • Women in Leadership, Coaching, Female Leadership In Our TimeComments (1)

  Click here to download your free copy of the Female Leadership in Our Time   ON GENDER, CULTURE AND CAREER CHOICE Being raised and educated in Europe and America was a great help in providing me with the perspective to deal with those issues. As