Men can ensure their company's leadership is gender diverse by mentoring or sponsoring women.
Small shifts in conversation can make you a much more effective mentor.
I remembered being a girl scout in 1967, when it was my refuge from bigotry, cliques and aloneness.
Colleagues have asked for help in finding a mentor. If only I could jump onto Amazon and order one.
Having a male sponsor is especially important for women, because most women work in companies where the leadership structure is dominated by men.
Have conversations with your mentor gotten a bit repetitive lately?
"Women promoted to executive roles at my company seem to do little to sponsor other women. Why is that?"