7 results for tag: women in leadership


Missing Out on “Bro-fessional” Relationships?

Being excluded bothers me. I admit it. I'm talking about the casual get-togethers and informal social events where my male professional peers share information, make introductions, and generally bond. Being excluded leaves me feeling like there's still an ...
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Earning It: A Conversation With Joann S. Lublin of the Wall Street Journal

For women fighting to get to the top in the corporate world, it has rarely been a smooth upward arc. It's true that women in leadership have a tougher road. More than 50 trailblazing executive women who broke the corporate glass ceiling offer inspiration ...
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7 Career Lessons From the World’s 7th Most Powerful Woman

Guler Sabanci, chairperson and managing director of Turkey's Sabanci Holding and Fortune's "Seventh Most Powerful Woman in Global Business," offers her advice to emerging leaders of both family businesses and traditional enterprises alike. "Today, when I ...
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If You Don’t Believe Gender Bias Exists, Read This (and if You’ve Faced Gender Bias, This Will Help)

A study by New York Times bestselling authors, Joseph Grenny and David Maxfield revealed that gender bias in the workplace is real, finding that women's perceived competency drops by 35 percent and their perceived worth falls by $15,088 when they are ...
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Changing the Game

Upping your game, changing the conversation, breaking through the glass ceiling… whichever is your metaphor of choice, the sentiment is right, the question is how? This came top of mind on three separate occasions just this past week. Specifically: ...
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Bonding is Empowering

I have read several articles by feminists who talked about women being siloed into women’s-only groups and being counted separately from men. The articles usually close by encouraging all women to say "no" to the assumption that women can be "separate" and ...
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Want More Women in Tech? Start With the 4 Basics

Early in my career, I spent 10+ years working in the technology industry in marketing, product development and business development roles. Since then, I’ve had the privilege of coaching dozens of women executives from across the industry and I’ve been an ...
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