Despite many well-intentioned diversity efforts, however, we still find mostly white men at the top of organizations. What’s getting in the way?
Gender balance programs deal effectively with a certain amount of inequality. However, they often do not manage to transform mindsets or culture. Leadership power dynamics and gender biases affect how we evaluate leadership and gender.
We still lack data proving that unconscious bias training is resulting in women’s gaining representation in the C-suite or in significant progress toward pay equality. In fact, some experts say the problem of gender inequality is expanding.
Evolving technologies are critical to the performance and success of a business, but often women are left on the sidelines. Liderança Group is committed to meaningful progress with its newest offering – Women in Tech.
Online learning destination Skye Learning today announced a new Certificate in Leadership for Women in Business. This 30-hour certificate program explores both the social and psychological mechanisms that create challenges that professional women face.
Leading Women, a global consulting firm noted for championing workplace culture transformation and promoting Gender Balance in corporate leadership, announces the launch of its Conference Services Division, and its first ever #ConferenceInABox.
With a greater awareness of what’s holding women back, talent professionals can create more learning and development opportunities for themselves and for other women in their organization.
Most of us have at least a passing familiarity with yin and yang. This philosophy recognizes two opposing forces, contradictory yet inseparable, which continuously vie with one another while perpetually seeking harmonious balance.
Your organization has most likely implemented policies and training to promote diversity and inclusion, but even they may seem like they’re getting lost in the larger tension between the genders.