- Women account for less than 10 percent of company presidents in Japan. But Kathy Matsui, a longtime champion for boosting female employment and leadership, is optimistic about the future.
- April 13, 2021 by Laura W. GellerThe London Business School professor explains how we frame our perceptions of and responses to inequity.
- April 5, 2021 by Daniel AkstThe novel In Bed We Cry had early insights into the lives of prosperous working women.
- March 8, 2021 by Larice StielowGovernments and businesses must take action to address the fallout of the pandemic.
- July 28, 2020 by Sally HelgesenUnderstanding how female leaders have developed over time can help us embrace the potential for their future advancement.
- May 15, 2020 by Deepa KrishnanMany Indian women have stopped working, even though India’s GDP has grown. As COVID-19 brings the economy to a halt, India must critically examine its policies through a gender lens.
- January 6, 2020 by Daniel AkstThe lasting relevance of a fictional early-20th-century career woman.
- November 4, 2019 by Wanda T. WallaceWomen often feel secure in knowledge-based roles, and their bosses are at ease keeping them there. But to grow a career, it’s necessary to acquire a new set of skills.
- March 7, 2019 by Daniel AkstA 1908 novel about the fate of two sisters in Victorian England has a great deal to teach us about the challenges women face in the business world.
- June 14, 2018 by Bob WoodsThe U.S. soccer star’s exhilarating commencement address at Barnard College puts the lessons she’s learned on the field into perspective for women trying to get ahead in the business world.
- Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen on how female professionals can change self-limiting behaviors. For related insights, read “How Women Can Succeed by Rethinking Old Habits.”
- Female professionals looking to their next promotion or job should identify the self-limiting behaviors that may stand in their way. See also “The Habits that Slow Down Women’s Careers.”
- Gender disparity and equal pay are still pressing issues. But there are ways to make the game fairer.
- When talented people from diverse backgrounds fail to rise in a company, there are three powerful solutions: having more inclusive team leaders, more diversity among the top leadership, and better sponsorship practices.
- June 26, 2017 by Shellie KarabellUnder a microscope in business school and the workplace, women tend to withdraw. Here are ways to surmount that and other barriers to the C-suite.
- With both cash and time in short supply at startups, skilled women seeking to restart their careers are a valuable talent pool.
- June 21, 2017 by Laura W. GellerA new study on gender and ethnic diversity in corporate governance sets off alarms.
- Women coming back after a break can be an enthusiastic, driven addition to your team. Don’t let stereotypes blind you to the opportunity.
- These high-level internships can help organizations tap into an overlooked talent pool, but they aren’t a cure-all.
- Recruiting experienced female talent can feel like a frustrating game of hide-and-seek.
- February 14, 2017The number of women on corporate boards is increasing — and these directors value diversity in the workforce.
- Why working mothers need to think like chess masters.
- December 15, 2016 by Daniel GrossInterviews with dozens of women who have risen to the C-suite illuminate triumphs, travails, and important lessons.
- December 15, 2016 by Matt PalmquistThe number of women presiding over large companies still lags far behind men, yet the firms they lead tend to be more risk averse and more profitable over the long term.
- December 5, 2016 by Sally HelgesenAn innovative program helps seasoned women executives — including former military officers — plan what to do next.
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