Women in Leadership

And the award goes to…

By Kerry Seitz on July 18, 2018

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Drum roll please! I’m thrilled to announce the 2018 recipients of Linkage’s Women in Leadership Executive Impact Award.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Inclusive Leadership, Women in Leadership

Free Webinar | How Intersectionality + Unconscious Bias Are Affecting Women’s Advancement

By Kerry Seitz on June 18, 2018

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Join our webinar on Wednesday, June 27 at 1:00 PM ET to hear from Linkage’s lead researcher, Jill Ihsanullah, Ph.D. She’ll share data on the direct correlation that exists between race and gender and the advancement of women aspiring to leadership positions.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Free Webinars, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Upcoming Webinars, Women in Leadership

Linkage team member featured in New York Times article

By Kerry Seitz on June 1, 2018

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I’m thrilled to share that one of our team members was featured in a recent New York Times article focused on a Boston-area initiative closing the gender pay gap. Kudos to Danielle for the great work that she’s doing.

Posted in Blog, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Women in Leadership

Inviting Men to the Women in Leadership Conversation: A Q & A with Eva Helén

By Kerry Seitz on May 1, 2018

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Eva Helén, founder and CEO of EQ Inspiration, shares her biggest challenge working as a woman leader in a male dominated industry, the downside to #metoo, inherent gender differences, and the noteworthy mission of her latest venture.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Women in Leadership

Did you see us on prime time?! Linkage featured on CBS’ 60 Minutes

By Mark Hannum on April 17, 2018

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I’m really thrilled at how far Linkage has come. I have to admit that our appearance on 60 Minutes on Sunday night was unequivocally a high point for me during my 20+ years here. For those of you who haven’t seen it, take a few minutes to watch the clip now.

Posted in Blog, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Women in Leadership

Potential for Parity? Diversity Is the Equalizer and the Opportunity

By Dana Yonchak on March 30, 2018

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To conclude National Women’s History Month, we’ve rounded up some words of wisdom from our team around gender parity. From finding our own voice to asking for what we want, read on for a collection of thoughts that might leave you inspired to lead differently.

Posted in Blog, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Women in Leadership

Nominate a leader who makes a difference in advancing women

By Kerry Seitz on March 29, 2018

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Do you know a leader who goes above and beyond to support the advancement of women leaders? Share their story by nominating them for Linkage’s Executive Impact Award.

Posted in Blog, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Women in Leadership

Listen, learn and lead

By Matt Norquist on March 8, 2018

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When we make a conscious effort to lead inclusively, we incorporate diverse experiences, opinions and perspectives into our decision making. This is the starting point to achieving gender parity in leadership. Today, as we recognize International Women’s Day, I’m reminded of all of the remarkable women leaders in my life and the profound impact that they’ve had on me personally and professionally. I’m also reminded that we have a long way to go to reach gender equality.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Women in Leadership

Tripping over our own bias [And why it doesn’t serve us]

By Susan MacKenty Brady on February 27, 2018

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We all have biases–conscious and unconscious. Both ways impact behavior. We automatically assume things about people born and raised in certain cities, countries, regions, etc. We judge people by how they look or present themselves to the world. We don’t do it on purpose, but we are all guilty of some sort of bias and judgment. Imagine if you unknowingly carry these thoughts into the workplace.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Women in Leadership

Women leaders, it’s time to glide (not jump) over the hurdles in front of us

By Susan MacKenty Brady on February 5, 2018

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The reality is that bias—and the other hurdles in the workforce may be impacting us. The good news is that we can control these and they can actually help us advance. The behavior change starts with us.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Women in Leadership

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