By Mark Hannum on September 23, 2016
Organizational change starts with getting to the root cause of the problem—and rallying your people to help create the solution. This is a critical (and often painful) first step. Learn how one of the world’s most reputable non-profits started the rebuilding process and ultimately equipped 650 employees to create a culture shift.
By Rachael Marangu on August 25, 2016
I was fortunate enough to sit down with health care pioneer Jeannine Rivet to get a behind-the-scenes look at her leadership journey—and her path to becoming a highly regarded figure in her organization, community, and industry.
By Matt Norquist on August 22, 2016
Being fit to lead in a remarkable way won’t happen overnight. But like an athlete’s precise training and progression plan and agile management skills—there are things that current and aspiring leaders can implement to improve themselves and earn the right to be leaders.
By Matt Norquist on July 29, 2016
What role can business leaders can play in creating inclusive, safe, and high-performing businesses? In this one-on-one interview, author, advisor and consultant Dalia Mogahed addresses some culturally held beliefs about Muslims and the impact that our thinking has on how we lead organizations today.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on July 14, 2016
If we don’t ask for what we want, can we really keep complaining that we’re not getting it? The journey starts with a moment to moment choice, and with recommitting to yourself—each and every day. It’s all about progress, not perfection.
By Sarah Breigle on June 28, 2016
Over the course of next several months, we are going to share a select number of stories with you that highlight organizations committed to creating a brighter future by investing in their leaders. Today, we’re kicking off this series by highlighting our partnership with the Boston-based asset management company, Loomis Sayles. Their journey of discovery started four years ago when results from a companywide culture survey revealed the need to differentially invest in recruiting, retaining, and advancing women leaders at the firm.
By Matt Norquist on June 14, 2016
If we say something is a priority but don’t do it, it’s not a priority. It’s just a broken promise. Leaders who really commit, and empower their team to work through these common challenges make progress each and every day.
By Rachael Marangu on June 8, 2016
We are thrilled to announce that Carla Harris will be joining us as co-chair of this year’s Women in Leadership Institute™.
By Rachael Marangu on June 6, 2016
Our Executive Impact Award recognizes an executive who has demonstrated a deep commitment to advancing women leaders in her/his organization and goes above and beyond in their role. We invite you to submit your nominations now through June 10, 2016.
By Peggy Boyer on June 3, 2016
While some of us are busy asking: How do we become more inclusive? We may be overlooking those who are still asking: Do we need to become more inclusive? Before we can answer the question about how, we need to find ways to include those who have yet to join the conversation.