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Three “L’s” to Making an Impact

Three “L’s” to Making an Impact

The problem of lack of gender diversity in the highest levels of corporations, including boards isn’t new and although the problem has long been recognized, progress to address it has been slow...
Blog Guidelines

Blog Guidelines

We're delighted to welcome new Guest Bloggers and appreciate all who return year after year to share posts! If you have a blog post you'd like to add to our site, send an email via the Contact page on our website. Best length for maximum blog post reach is typically between 3,000 to 5,000 words (some reports say up to 10,000 words)...
How To Delegate As A Woman When Your Plate Is Full

How To Delegate As A Woman When Your Plate Is Full

Women make up almost half of the work force in the United States, and women own close to 10 million businesses. Not only are there more women joining the workforce, the working mother has become the...
Got Goals for 2019? Bring Women to the Table!

Got Goals for 2019? Bring Women to the Table!

You already know this: women add much more to your executive board than the requisite leadership, industry skills and exceptional intelligence. Study after study has revealed that putting a woman on...
Does History Repeat Itself?

Does History Repeat Itself?

This November 11 we commemorated in many parts of our world, Armistice Day, the official end of The Great War one hundred years ago. It was the war that was to end all wars. There were a number of factors that lead up to WWI: mutual defense...
Leakage in the Female Talent Pipeline

Leakage in the Female Talent Pipeline

Recent changes in legislation and statute on both sides of the Atlantic have focused attention on the female talent pipeline. A raft of research evidence demonstrates that having a greater degree of gender...
The Importance of Women Leaders in the Era of #MeToo

The Importance of Women Leaders in the Era of #MeToo

by Robyn Forman Pollack, Esq. —   The #MeToo Movement has given every organization a choice. Do nothing about workplace issues and face financial ...
Can you be heard from your seat at the table?

Can you be heard from your seat at the table?

You've made it! You have a seat at the table. Your colleagues (all male) congratulate you and welcome you warmly. Then they talk amongst...
I Change The World. I Am An Engineer.

I Change The World. I Am An Engineer.

by Kristen Pressner, IEEE.tv Specials, 2015 — Insightful and wildly popular keynote address at 2015 IEEE Women in Engineering event sharing 3 prag...
Half-Way: On Turning 50

Half-Way: On Turning 50

by Jennifer Gilhool - Gender Economics Lab — Whether you are a sports fan or just a casual observer, you likely are familiar with the concept o...
What Women Wonder: Why Are We Still Having This Conversation?

What Women Wonder: Why Are We Still Having This Conversation?

by Jennifer Gilhool - Gender Economics Lab — Barron's recently published a piece titled "Wonder Woman: Capitalizing on Gender Equality". The ar...
Popping Your Civil Disobedience Cherry

Popping Your Civil Disobedience Cherry

This past weekend I engaged in civil disobedience to voice my support for social movements that are important to me. I took with me two friends – both women, both middle-aged and both virgins. Civil disobedience virgins (I have no comm...