Companies are losing women leaders who would be well-positioned to move up.
Gender parity will only be achieved if top leadership strongly advocates for change.
Today's workplace demands leadership skills like empathy, humility and vulnerability.
Feelings of isolation among female senior executives are exacerbated by gender bias.
People always give advice about taking risks. We hear it from graduation commencement speakers and keynote speakers who share their personal life journeys. The advice is always the same: Take risks to move forward or be successful.
What is it about powerful women leaders that make others want to sabotage, dismiss or fight against them?