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VIDEO & Discussion Guide: Women in the Workplace | Creating a Level Playing Field

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Develop workplaces that tap everyone’s talents and best work By Shelley Correll, Professor of Sociology at Stanford University, Director of the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research Stereotypes act as a shortcut in information processing. Correll suggests solutions that scrutinize the ways individuals and organizations make decisions in order …

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Borderless Leadership Development Survey: 60% of executives are dissatisfied with the effectiveness of and investment in leadership development


  Mark Powney from recruitmentbuzz.co.uk, reporting on the findings of the Borderless Leadership Development Survey 2016: A surprising 44% of executives conceive leadership development in their organization as poor, and more than half describe it as ineffective, according to the 2016 Leadership Development Survey conducted by Borderless Research℠. The survey …

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WHITE PAPER: New Workforce Realities | Organisation & Leadership 2020


As our world becomes more  global and interconnected, the demands on you as a leader, manager and employee become increasingly challenging. To act and contribute as a manager and employee, strategic, organizational and leadership processes are necessary. Success depends on your ability to engage and interact with others and work …

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VIDEO: Successful Business Leadership – Vision of Inspirational Leaders | MeetTheBoss


Successful business leaders have to have vision. They need to share a dream and direction that other people want to share and follow. The business leadership vision must go beyond written organizational mission statements and permeate the workplace. A vision needs to be manifested in the actions, beliefs, values and …

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RESEARCH: Women in Management Worldwide: Pulling it All Together | The cup “half full” or “half empty”


Pulling  all together the findings of Marilyn J. Davidson and Ronald J. Burke, excellent research, Women in Management Worldwide: Progress and Prospects, representing 20 countries,  some definite and common aspects emerge. First, women’s participation rates in the workforce have increased in almost all countries, but occupational segregation still exists. Childcare …

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RESEARCH: Women in Management Worldwide | What do women bring to the table?


What do women bring to the table? Tarr-Whelan identifies five benefits organizations realize from having more women in senior jobs: Higher profits, more risk awareness, less hyper-competitive and a greater ability to survive financial downturns. Policies that contribute to individual and societal health – education, families, entrepreneurship. A stronger integration …

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