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Conventional business leadership can be shortsighted. Innovation is focused on the long term.
The way you're viewed in the world — and how you view yourself — will shape your career.
Seventeen women executives from NEW partner companies assembled in Amsterdam, April 30-May 5 for the NEW Executive Institute 2017 international learning session.
More than 300 senior retail and consumer goods leaders will focus on the business benefits of gender diversity and women’s leadership at the 11th annual NEW Executive Leaders Forum, August 1-3 in Santa Barbara, California.
Emerging executives at NEW partner companies may now apply for NEW Executive Institute 2017, a leadership development program designed for women in the retail, consumer goods and services industry.
Black women executives will continue to be underrepresented in top leadership roles if companies do not do a better job of recognizing underused talent and rewarding these executives for their contributions, according to a study by The Executive Leadership Council.
Fourteen women from nine leading retail and consumer goods companies were recognized May 13, 2016 for participating in the NEW Executive Institute, a year-long leadership development program for emerging executives.
Three-fourths of global executives surveyed believe c-suite gender parity will be achieved by 2030 — but fewer than half (44 percent) of c-level executives say their companies have specific goals for achieving it, according to a recent study by Weber Shandwick and KRC Research.
Retail and consumer goods companies are adept at attracting women for entry-level roles and advancing them to middle management, but are not promoting them to top-level executive positions, according to recent research by McKinsey & Co.
More than a dozen women executives in the retail and consumer goods industry convened in Amsterdam Feb. 14-19 for the first international session of the NEW Executive Institute.