Advancing Women Executives is a Solid Investment Strategy

Want to share these numbers with a colleague? You’ll find a copy of the Women Executives Investment Strategy sheet here.   The lack of women executives in Board and C-suite roles isn’t only a roadblock…

5 Steps to Prevent Women Leaving the Workforce

Women are leaving the workforce, and recent data suggests that the progress made toward gender workplace equality could be nearly erased if the trend continues. These exits are both voluntary and involuntary. Many women who…

Strategic Investment: Picking the Right Female Leader to Develop

When evaluating your workforce for the ideal women leaders to develop, two things should come to mind: Performance and potential. “Consider who of your high performers has the potential and desire to grow a long-term…

Talent Management and (How to Win) the Talent War

When it comes to talent management and the talent war, we’ve heard it all. Some say, “The war for talent is over. The talent won.” as well as “The war for talent is over; everybody…

The Leader as Coach: Engage and Ignite Your Team

Do your leaders already embrace the “leader as coach” mindset? The Harvard Business Review summed it up nicely: “The manager’s role, in short, is becoming that of a coach.” When leaders embrace the “leader as…

Gender Equality in the Workplace: 6 Steps to Fix Imbalance & Fuel Competitiveness

Download Your Gender Equality Workbook Achievements in gender equality in the workplace have yet to achieve parity among corporate wage earners or produce full transparency into pay disparities. In 2020, as the US commemorates 100…

Importance of Gender Equality: 3 Challenges Employers Must Overcome

While the importance of gender equality in the workforce has increased over the past several decades, there is still an obvious disparity of women in leadership in the corporate world. Some argue it’s a top-down…

3 Steps to Develop an Effective Executive

The failure rate of senior leaders has steadily increased over the past 25 years*. In fact, more than 50% of North American CEOs were forced to resign because of performance according to a study conducted…

Drive Down Employee Attrition Costs!

Voluntary turnover is steadily rising. In 2017, it reached 13.5% (up from 9.1% just five years prior).1 Collectively, turnover amounts to $160 billion per year for US corporations.2 This constitutes a significant financial loss for…