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More than 100 emerging leaders from 40 companies pursued their passion and power.
For many women in their 40s and 50s, midlife can be a lot like our teenage years. We’re wiser, and may not hang out late with friends, but we can experience the same restlessness and yearning for change.
Design thinking is a hot concept in the Silicon Valley, used by startups to make sure they design products customers want to buy.
Alison Castillo, director of industry relations and sustainable living for Unilever, came away from the inaugural NEW Rising Stars leadership development program a new person. And she wants you to know about it.
You’re standing at the front of the room, speaking with conviction and commanding attention, when suddenly someone interjects, interrupting mid-presentation. In the blink of an eye you’ve lost control. Someone has hijacked your meeting.
We’ve all been there. Heart racing. Palms drenched in sweat. Face flushed with heat. Tongue thick and dry as sandpaper and our mind firing with dread. Fear!
NEW members may register online now for NEW Rising Stars 2017, a leadership development opportunity for mid-level women leaders in the retail and consumer
A growing underrepresentation of women in manager positions, which coincides with the years in which women typically have children, is directly tied to the gender wage gap in the United States, according to a new report by Visier.
The tale of The Emperor’s New Clothes reflects a well-known truth about leadership. The higher up you go, the less likely you are to get useful honest feedback.
More than 100 NEW members convened in New Orleans, April 15, for the kickoff session of NEW Rising Stars, a six-month leadership development program for mid-level women executives.