Women seeking to advance their careers should reject the idea that women must compete with each other to succeed, according to three industry executives who offered their insights at the NEW Leadership Summit 2016 in Orlando.
The Network of Executive Women and the Center for Creative Leadership have published a new report that identifies workplace factors that support or block women’s career advancement.
A few months ago, I attended the National Association of Female Executive Women's Leadership Summit and had the privilege of hearing leadership coach Bonnie Marcus. Marcus kicked off her talk with a personal story of being blindsided when she did not get a promotion she deserved.
Increasing team diversity — gender, racial, ethnic and psychological — can improve business results, Jo Miller, CEO of Women's Leadership Coaching told participants during the NEW Leadership Academy webinar, Sept. 8, 2016.
Judith A. Spires, chairman and CEO of KB Holding Inc., has been named 2016 Top Women in Grocery Trailblazer by Progressive Grocer and the Network of Executive Women.
Full gender equality in the United States could add up to $4.3 trillion to the annual gross domestic product by 2025 – and companies can drive change, according to a new report from the McKinsey Global Institute.
NEW Communications and Engagement Director Rob Wray has attended every one of the 10 NEW Executive Leaders Forum women's leadership events held since 2007. Wray found this one notable for several reasons.
Cathy Engelbert, CEO of Deloitte LLP, never aspired to be a CEO, she aspired to lead and help others grow, Engelbert told 300 industry senior executives at the NEW Executive Leaders Forum.
“It takes more than mere agreement to advance women leaders,” NEW Board member Trish Adams, executive vice president, merchandising product group, Target, told more than 300 senior-level leaders at the NEW Executive Leaders Forum.