For businesses wanting to advance women into leadership positions on IWD and all year, the learning and development function can lead the way, both by example and by developing effective leadership development programs.
The gender leadership gap is well established and well known. However, it differs across industries. In health care, women represent 65 percent of the overall workforce but only 30 percent of the C-suite and 13 percent of CEO roles.
BTS, a world-leading strategy implementation firm, announces Accelerating Women Executives (AWE), a new leadership development program that addresses the underrepresentation of women in the C-Suite.
We are at a turning point when it comes to having women in leadership roles in the workplace.
In a previous post, I identified five strategies that women need to develop their leadership presence: being authentic, living a whole life, being clear, driving their destiny and growing their tribe. Let’s take a closer look at being authentic.
Companies continually strive to improve their training programs and meet learning objectives amidst changing cultures and evolving talent needs.
BetterUp, the first leadership development platform to connect coaching to sustainable behavior change, today announced a partnership with Watermark, Silicon Valley's leading community of senior and emerging women executives and entrepreneurs.
In the second episode of "The Business of Learning," we speak to Joanna Barsh on how L&D can close the gender leadership gap.