The latest Conference Board of Canada report reveals that while women have what it takes to become effective leaders, they don’t advance to the top because they lack the ability to self-promote.
Here’s a summary and the reactions– both positive and negative– of Warren Buffet’s essay on women and the workplace.
Getting more women in leadership positions is no secret. McKinsey outlines these four principles for companies committed to gender diversity progress to follow.
In 8 specialized high schools in New York City, boys outnumber the girls significantly, dealing a blow to the ongoing campaign to getting more girls in STEM.
A new study says that while the roles of modern parents are converging, today’s moms and dads are feeling quite stressed when it comes to balancing work and family life.
The message of Sheryl Sandberg in her new book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead has gotten people talking. Here’s a roundup of the reactions– both positive and negative– that leaning in has inspired.
A recently released study by the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business finds that female-female conflict in the workplace are bound to have negative long-lasting consequences than male-male and even male-female disputes.