Ladies Don’t Leave

Some data do suggest that females are increasingly opting out of the workforce before breaking in to the upper ranks.  Assuming that fact is a real trend, here’s what you need to know. This will most certainly be a short-term blip in the rise of women at work.  I don’t know how long the blip […] Read moreRead More»

Where Have All the Women Leaders Gone?

Open Letter to Corporate Leadership: I want to dispel a myth that still circulates in our economy when people try to explain why the percentage of women on the management track plummets from 53% of the entry-level workforce to 20% or less in leadership. The myth goes something like this: “Women get to childbearing age […] Read moreRead More»

Why An Executive Leadership Role Isn’t Worth the Sacrifice

In large corporations, women continue to be under-represented in executive leadership roles, with many self-selecting out of the running for these jobs by mid-career. What can we learn from this continuing trend? Could it be a call to re-evaluate the corporate culture and potentially even how businesses are managed? The dominant paradigm of today is […] Read moreRead More»

The Woman Problem and the Future of Business

  With every passing year, each new piece of research adds detail to what most people in the corporate world know already: there are not enough women in senior leadership positions.  The larger the organization, the more true this fact is.  In recent years in America and England, amongst other developed economies, it seems to […] Read moreRead More»

The Biggest Loser: Legacy Enterprises Losing Female Leadership

I grew up with a mother who followed my father to every lumber town in Oregon. In each town, she found work. She put in her day, and then came home to manager her three kids and the house… just like many mothers do today. The difference between her and so many today: my mother was doing this 50 years ago. The difference between these women and us men?

Balance. In fact, we could say that women invented work-life balance…… Read More»

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