In the newest segment of The Broad Experience, a show on women, workplace, and success, Ashley Milne-Tyte, a regular contributor to Femme-O-Nomics, talks about the bedroom activity- or lack thereof- of professional women.
Paul Tudor Jones II says children are the reason why there are so few women in the world of macro trading. The reactions on the hedge fund billionaire’s controversial statements in this post.
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.
Canada is a late comer in the global party on board diversity but this gives her the opportunity to make a dramatic entrance, Leah Eichler argues. Her unsolicited advice to the advisory council who are due to come up with recommendations in the fall? Be precedent-setting bold.
Despite the kerfuffle that has accompanied the release of her book Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg certainly deserves kudos for spending a lot of her time and reputational capital by bringing the issues of women’s advancement to the fore, argues Stephanie MacKendrick.