By Kirsten Blakemore Edwards (@KirstenBeMe), MA CPCC, Consultant at Partners In Leadership At some point in their careers, most women have asked themselves, "How do I compete in a male-dominated organization?"
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have talked a lot about inequality, but they're both largely speaking to white men. This election season, "inequality" is the word. It's got young people flocking to hear
When you envision a thought-leader, what first comes to mind? For me personally, I get a mental image of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg giving a speech about the importance of her "Lean In" movement, which
I recently read an inspiring post on the Catalyst website by two female GE managers, Cara Hume and Nancy Dunn. In the post, Hume and Dunn explained how asking the simple question "How can we do better"
"We need more women in leadership," are the opening lines to the latest Manpower Group report that focuses on conscious inclusion of women in business. Women make up 50 percent of the workforce. Mara one
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Almost half of millennials want to leave their jobs in the next two years, and women feel like they have fewer opportunities. Here is what we know: Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce by 2025,
Gloria Feldt says there’s now more opportunity than ever to close the gender leadership gap, but not if we don’t act. In 2008, just when it seemed that Americans might elect our first female president