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Women’s leadership

The power of women's vision is an undervalued asset — but key to positioning yourself as a leader, leadership consultant Sally Helgesen told online attendees during the fourth NEW Summit Speaker Series webinar.
Americans have strong convictions about the importance of having women in leadership roles, but businesses are falling short in advancing women, according to a new study by the Rockefeller Foundation.
Women leaders are designing a new corporate culture that fosters innovation for a time of rapid change, according to a report on how women lead change by The Everest Project.
More than 60 women in the convenience store industry have been named "Top Women in Convenience" by Convenience Store News in conjunction with the Network of Executive Women and the 2016 Top Women in Convenience Advisory Board.
Last year was "transformative” for the Network of Executive Women, according to the organization’s newly released NEW Annual Report 2015.
Women of color are the fastest-growing share of the female workforce but lag far behind white women in senior leadership, according “Barriers and Bias: The Status of Women in Leadership," a new study by the American Association of University Women.
We often talk about our careers, our responsibilities, our duties — but what about our purpose?  Why do we do what we do? The answer to this question can change the way you lead an organization.
The retail and food and beverage industries lag behind education, healthcare and hospitality in senior women's leadership, according to a recent global study by Grant Thornton.
The NEW Leader magazine examines the business benefits of diversity and inclusion, with articles on women’s leadership, the double bind faced by multicultural women, why men should champion women’s leadership and how millennials are reshaping the workplace. 
Self-esteem increases with age, from adolescence to adulthood in people around the world, but at every age, men tend to have higher levels of self-esteem than women — and the gap has no correlation with economic empowerment, according to a survey of nearly 1 million men and women.