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Infographic: The Dimensions of Gender Equality

As we publish this, America and the world are in the middle of emotional conversations about inequalities. These conversations exploded into the mainstream due to the injustices black people continue to face which were on full display with the painful death of #GeorgeFloyd. In this post, using Gender at work as an example, we explain …

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Elba Pareja-Gallagher on HLN’s On the Story with Lynn Smith

ShowMe50 founder Elba Pareja-Gallagher and Allison Bittel, founder of the Women’s Collective, appear on HLN’s On the Story with Lynn Smith. Gender equality. Women’s Empowerment. Inclusion. Men and women working together can influence the kind of inclusive culture change that benefits all employees.

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ShowMe50 Press Release March 31, 2015

New Non-Profit ShowMe50 Offers Tools to Level the Playing Field at S&P 500 Corporations Goal is 50 Percent Women in Top Management ATLANTA, Ga., March 31, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Aligned with international calls for gender equality, a new non-profit has been created to help U.S. employees at S&P 500 companies reach the goal of …

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Anatomy of Change: How inclusive cultures evolve (Catalyst)

To level the playing field for women in corporate America we are asking our companies to change. We are asking them to change deeply embedded institutional cultural norms.  It is not a challenge to be taken on by the faint of heart. Many people are going to say no. There are going to be set backs. But it …

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The experience of Susan vs. Simon (Hays Recruiting)

Why do Susan and Simon have the exact same resume but different job search outcomes? This paper from Hays Recruiting shows how gender bias creeps into the talent management process and why we must add mechanisms to control it.  The HR director at a firm that implemented controls illustrates the power of structural changes. We all thought we …

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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 is still a “boys club” culture that is not welcoming or friendly to women. Nadya Fouad, the study’s author, found that although there are many programs in place at …

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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 us along to best in class workplaces. PWC has a formal sponsorship program that helps drive a culture that embraces differences and opens up doors …

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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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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 combination of tactics. Rather than focus on a single root cause, an effective technique addresses all root causes in a calculated approach across six sources …

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