Categorized as: Gender Inclusion

Confident girls are often considered…

In a new article, for those who follow Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and her Lean In book written by Sheryl Sandberg and Nell Scovell.  Nell Scovell

See the new article, “Don’t Call Us Bossy” by Sheryl Sandberg and Anna Maria Chavez and published by WSJ on Saturday March 8, 2014 in their Saturday Essay section.

Click here to read: Don’t Call Us Bossy

 

 

March – Women’s History Month 2014

March 8 is International Women’s Day

Take Rosie the Riveter to work or out on the town, and help celebrate women in the workforce during Women’s History Month.

Click to download and print your own high-resolution Rosie the Riveter.

Lean-in – Will that help women be strategic in their roles?

Lean-in – Will that help women be strategic in their roles?

Will leaning in at the decision table help women be more strategic in their roles? In other words, we can lean in – yet will that solve our problem sitting at the decision table? I think not or at least not quite as simply put. We need to look at the roles of both genders in the workplace today as well as the multiple generations that occupy these roles.

Why do I think that?

Let’s look at what we know today…

We have had a calling most recently due to catastrophic change in our economy that has brought the ever-brewing separation of those who are well off, the middle-class and the increased poor and poverty-laden citizens living in this …

Leadership Development and Gender Bias – Does it exist in our Leadership Training in 2011?

Leadership Development and Gender Bias – Does it exist in our Leadership Training in 2011?

As we enter the new world of change as the workplace grows more diverse what can we do as Talent Management agents to help lead less gender bias in all types of training? Are there barriers and biases for women leadership on governing boards within organizations?

My guess without having done a lot of research and development is yes. When you couple the multi-generational workforce, with the current leadership who primarily are in the Traditionalist and top and middle Baby-boomer tiers that typically make up these governing boards, then a real look at how to change mind-sets may help with the needed change required in gender biased leadership roles for women.

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