According to Jennifer Allyn, the Managing Director of PwC's Office of Diversity and Inclusion, "The problem is not just about women or about companies. It's an interaction between the choices that women are making and the opportunities that companies are providing. And the question is 'how can we work together to close that leadership gap?'"
Is there an audience to whom you would like to explain the business case for gender diversity in leadership, the dynamics of women's career advancement, and strategies for overcoming career barriers and advancing women to leadership roles? My recorded lecture on "Leadership Development of Women Executives" is the free talk of the month at Henry Stewart Talks for the month of April 2014.
"What do we hope to learn? In the short-term, how to improve wellbeing, how to cultivate better leaders, how to keep Googlers engaged for longer periods of time, how happiness impacts work and how work impacts happiness."
CHICAGO, March 3, 2014 -- The first wave of millennials has come of age during extremely difficult economic conditions, providing this young generation with a harsh introduction into the world of work. A new business-oriented book from the American Bar Association explores this transition and examines how their perspectives differ from previous generations.
"Instead of simply providing health insurance, savvy employers are tackling health care costs by supporting the whole employee--everything from their finances to their career development to physical health. This is not just good for individuals; it's good for business."
Workers believe that building "career capital" is the key to their success, according to a new report from Accenture. This refers to skills that differentiate and deepen someone's stock of job, industry, and network knowledge and abilities.