By Bill Springer on September 17, 2015
“When we really engage white male leaders in diversity and inclusion efforts,” says Bill Proudman, “It frees up women, people of color and those of different nationalities from the fatiguing work of helping and coaching white men to understand their world, and that of others.”
By Bill Springer on September 9, 2015
Things are simply more intense in the C-suite. There’s more pressure. There’s more riding on the decisions that are made. The skills required to lead leaders and deliver growth and bottom-line results can be contradictory, and as the old adage says, “It’s lonely at the top.”
By Laura Stone on August 25, 2015
When it comes to creating a diverse and inclusive organization, nothing really happens until senior leaders start to question everything, including who gets the opportunities to advance.
By Kristy Roberts on August 20, 2015
This is the first post in our new guest blogger series where we highlight stories of success and lessons learned from the leaders that we work with at client organizations around the world.
By Bill Springer on August 13, 2015
Geena Davis has seen the impact our Women in Leadership Institute™ can make on the lives and careers of women, and she’s going to be presenting at this year’s event in Phoenix, Arizona, from November 2-5.
By Bill Springer on August 11, 2015
Being a hard worker, or loyal, or even being capable to lead and take on greater responsibility is never enough if you’re not perceived to be able to do those things.
By Bill Springer on August 7, 2015
It’s easy to see why Susan MacKenty Brady’s story about watching the hit Disney movie Inside Out with her daughters was July’s most-viewed post.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on July 24, 2015
It’s easier said than done, but the most inclusive and effective leaders are those who can pause and then coach themselves into a place where they can meet others—especially those whom they judge, don’t understand or may not relate to—with respect.
By Sarah Bettman on July 22, 2015
In our research, the best leaders are often the most inclusive ones. They recognize their privilege, mitigate the negative impacts of it, and use it to pull people into an open dialogue whenever possible.
By Rachael Marangu on July 14, 2015
Do you work with a leader who’s committed to advancing women leaders and is making a difference through their leadership? Now’s your chance to help them get the recognition they deserve.