Tag Archive | "Gender Balance"

NEWS RELEASE: sphinxx survey identifies glass ceiling dilemma

THE GLASS CEILING DILEMMA: 44 PER CENT OF WOMEN BELIEVE THEY HAVE BEEN OVERLOOKED FOR PROMOTION DUE TO THEIR SEX, YET 27 PER CENT HAVE TURNED DOWN A PROMOTION DUE TO LACK OF CONFIDENCE Survey results released today by sphinxx (sphinxx.com.au), a community dedicated to advancing women as leaders in business, revealed that 44 per […]

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Women Are More Likely to Be Perfectionists

A study of 288 employed American adults published in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology^ found that more women than men felt they did not meet their own high standards either at work or at home. 38% of women and 24% of men said their job performance did not meet their own standards. 30% […]

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Have your say about the impact women have on boards

Women on Boards is currently conducting the Gender Diversity on Australian Boards Survey.  The purpose of the survey is to explore the experience of members of the Women on Boards network who are on a board or committee and determine their attitudes to setting targets or quotas for gender representation.You are invited to respond to […]

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Women face a “grass ceiling” cap on earnings

For those of you who are golfers (and I know many of you are!)….  Did you know that researchers at the University of New Mexico have identified a link between the placement of women’s tees on golf courses and their professional success.The farther apart men’s and women’s tees are in a region, they found, the fewer women […]

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Women and Technology: The Ugly Truth

This is a great discussion by Harvard academic Sylvia Ann Hewlett on the continuing gender divide in technology ranks.Excerpt:Women, it turns out, are excelling in science, engineering, and technology (SET). In 2007, girls won both the Siemens and Intel science competitions and walked off with 53% of graduate degrees in the biological sciences. Despite the […]

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Women Confront a “Grass Ceiling”

Researchers at the University of New Mexico have identified a link between the placement of women’s tees on golf courses and their professional success. The farther apart men’s and women’s tees are in a region, they found, the fewer women there will be in sales management, general management, and marketing positions in the region and […]

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