Tag Archive | "Women in Leadership"

HBR Ideacast: How Women Become Leaders

Harvard Business Online’s Steve Singer talks with Alice Eagly, co-author of Through the Labyrinth: The Truth About How Women Become Leaders.  Click here to watch the Ideacast

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When women won’t negotiate…the whole company suffers

When you landed your current job, did you negotiate your salary or accept your employer’s first offer? If you’re a man, chances are you negotiated. If you’re a woman, you probably didn’t. This article helps managers address a deep-rooted workplace problem: when women don’t negotiate, the entire organization suffers. Left unchecked, gender disparities in negotiation […]

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Women the rising stars of financial planning

Membership statistics from the Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) point to a surge in young women embracing financial planning as a career. Executive director Richard Klipin said that “a lot” of younger female advisers have been joining the AFA over the past two years, which he attributes partly to its recently launched GenX program.  Click […]

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Centred leadership – how talented women thrive. A new approach to leadership can help women become more self-confident and effective business leaders.

Interviews with 85 female leaders around the world have suggested five common themes that all executives can master to improve their leadership skills. Although many of the themes—such as finding meaning in daily activities and building strong networks—are familiar individually, taken together they create a new model for thinking about how to develop leaders. Click […]

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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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The Athena Factor: a new Harvard Business Review Research Report examining the female brain drain

Many business leaders are looking to foreign talent to fill the gap in science, engineering, and technology workers. But the talent they need is right here in the U.S. Women make up 41% of highly qualified tech workers on the lower rungs of the corporate ladder. But they’re leaving their professions in droves. 52 per […]

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