Month: March 2015

Month: <span>March 2015</span>

Women in Engineering: Change the work culture, change the outcome

This article from NPR’s All Tech Considered summarizes findings from a recent study of why women are leaving the engineering profession. The most common reason female engineers leave is the work environment. There …

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PwC’s Chief Diversity Officer highlights a sponsorship program (Fast Co.)

A level playing for all employees requires culture change in our companies.  Culture change happens when we encourage  dialogue (some of it uncomfortable) to promote understanding combined with structural programs that nudge …

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Legendary Wall Street executive, Sallie Krawcheck, reveals gender bias stories (PBS News Hour)

Photo by Stuart Isett/Fortune Most Powerful Women via Flickr user Fortune Live Media.

In her discussion with Paul Solman of PBS News Hour, Sallie Krawcheck, legendary Wall Street analyst, strategist and executive, candidly describes the gender bias in corporate America and the business case for more women leading.

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50% Women Leading Corporate America – it can happen if we work together

I’ve spent more than 20 years working in corporate America. I love giant corporations.  They have abundant resources which allow them to provide abundant opportunities.  They are the engines of …

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How to 10x your influence (VitalSmarts Influencer)

In this white paper the authors of the Influencer series of books discuss how chronic persistent problems aren’t solved easily. They require a critical mass of influencing strategies and a …

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Financial Times – The evidence is growing – there really is a business case for diversity

This Financial Times article by Tim Smedley from May 15, 2014, does a nice job of summarizing numerous research studies that support the business case for diversity.  And the 1960 …

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Women in Business: From classroom to boardroom 2014 (Grant Thornton)

Grant Thornton has been tracking the proportion of women in senior management since 2004 and the 2013 research  finds that the proportion of women in the most senior roles has stagnated at …

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The Gender Dividend: Making the business case for investing in women (Deloitte)

Fully integrating women into both the workplace and the marketplace can yield a significant return—what can be called the Gender Dividend. Much like the dividends that public corporations pay to …

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ShowMe50™ Win-Win Checklist

Using findings from research, we have developed a list of best practices that have been shown to lead to higher employee satisfaction and productivity, lower turnover and greater innovation – …

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