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Why She Leaves Your Company & 7 Things You Can Do About It

why women leave your company and what you can do about it

I regularly hear these types of laments: “Women don’t stay at our company.” “We do well hiring women but many leave after five to seven years.” My favorite analogy about why women leave the workplace comes from Adam Quinton, Founder/CEO of Lucas Point Ventures and Adjunct Professor at Columbia University. He compared women who leave […]

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What a Female Boss Taught Me that My Macho Male Bosses Never Did

Steve Litwer

Over the course of my career, I worked mostly for, and with, a number of aggressive, high-achievement-oriented men. But then I had a female boss and learned a whole new, more effective approach…

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Ask: Where Are the Women?

David Rowell The Way Women Work Where are the Women

The status quo should not be accepted as given. Sometimes it takes just one person, and perhaps just one question, to spur us and others into action…

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What to Do When You Encounter Sexism at Work: Micro-Inclusions

macroaggressions v micro-inclusions

Confronting someone’s sexism, negative, or biased behavior is difficult. One of the best ways to make it a little easier is to be prepared with what you want to say/do if you do experience or witness a microaggression. I like to call these actions micro-inclusions…

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5 Examples of Microaggressions in the Workplace

healthy workplace culture Catalyst

Often called “death by a thousand cuts,” microaggressions are subtle and not-so-subtle actions or comments around race or gender. Here are five common examples of microaggressions that happen every day in the workplace…

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How Can We Engage More Men? Questions from Harvard Business School’s Dynamic Women in Business Conference

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I did not anticipate the top questions women wanted answers to when I moderated a panel on Advocating for Diversity and Inclusion at Harvard Business School’s Dynamic Women in Business Conference. The panelists: Betty Thompson, Chief People Officer at Booz Allen Hamilton; Jeffrey Siminoff, Inclusion & Diversity Consultant, Former Head of I&D at Morgan Stanley, […]

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7 Ways to Recruit More Women in Tech

If you create more inclusive hiring processes they will pay dividends for your business success. Here are seven ways recruiting tips you can’t afford to ignore…

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5 Ways to Prioritize Diversity & Inclusion at Work

A manager’s role is to build a high-performing team, which by definition is a diverse team. For a host of reasons, many highly qualified people–including people from certain cultures, ethnicity, countries, women, introverts–don’t actively put themselves forward for assignments or recognition. Consider these five steps for your own workplace…

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Male Allies: 6 Ways to Be an Ally To Women at Work

Note from Rania: Rachana Bhide, Global Talent Lead: Bloomberg Engineering and a news presenter for Bloomberg Radio London founded The Corner of the Court, a website for women share positive experiences with male allies to encourage more men to play a visible and active role in the way they work and lead with women. She shared with […]

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3 Women That Every Male Leader Should Know

3 Women Every Male Leader Should Know gender parity Rania Anderson

Savvy business leaders now know what the research reveals: everyone wins when a company and its leadership achieves gender parity. They also know that to get there, you have to change how you work in partnership with women. Three leading women experts are challenging the way we’ve traditionally thought about and addressed this topic. Elisabeth Kelan, PhD, Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, […]

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