The Dalai Lama made his proclamation about Western Women at the Vancouver Peace Summit. Gwyn Teatro discusses the implications of this message and asks if it is more about the type of skills needed in our future world than gender.
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CNN Money recently published biographies of thirteen top global women CEOs. Anne Perschel, 3Plus co-founder, notes some clear and common trends on their road to the C-suite.
Curt Rice shares the highlights of his research regarding the advancement of women in the workplace, which pushes the discussion on gender balance forward. This research suggests that is not just right to strive for gender balance, it’s also smart….
Dorothy Dalton tells us why George Clooney’s new movie, The Ides of March, recounting a story of political intrigue and back stabbing gave her indigestion…
Georgia Feiste tells us that when we combine compassion with leadership, we step into the world in a powerful way. We lead and teach at the same time, helping those around us to feel worthy, to step into their humanity, and to ground themselves in who they are.
Dorothy Dalton takes issue with Nilofer Merchant’s position that suggests quotas are wrong. She calls on talent management specialists to stop fishing in goldfish bowls and to switch to the talent ocean!
Uxio Malvido explains why he’s getting tired of the constant drop of statistics showing that we are far from gender equality and diversity in the workplace and why he has stopped paying attention. ….”We invest much time and effort to obsessively measure female representation and diversity again and again but results are basically telling the same story. I have to admit though that the latest trend of showing how many years it will take to achieve gender equality at the current pace is a good one.”
In spite of all the gains women have made in most areas there is no question that men still rule the world. All you have to do is look who runs Wall Street (money) and who runs Washington (power) and you know that they do. Tameron Keyes calls on women to get radical 2011 style adn take action. Find out how!
Jacqueline Brassey talks to us about the role business schools can play as models for change for women and follows the stories of 3 of her students.
Lauren G. McLanahan tells us about the challenges she faced in academia and how 3+ women actually made a difference.