Even with a CEO and board supporting gender balance, it is left to male middle managers to implement the leadership vision.This is where policies get stuck.
If we really want women to lean in at work we should be looking to the home, not just the office, to close the gender gap at work.
Californian legislation has acknowledged the wage gap and is introducing legislation to change it. What will this mean for employers and other states?
This workshop with Dorothy Dalton and the Professional Women's Network in Dubai is for professional women providing a brief overview to the role of unconscious bias in both our professional and personal lives.
We know about unconscious bias and diversity quotas but what real steps can we take to be inclusive? Dorothy Dalton breaks it down to bias conscious culture
Working from home can be a great way to balance work and family life, but it doesn't always work out that way. Here's some tips to get the most from it!
Hiring and promotion processes are riddled with male coded practices, which is why women self-deselect and halt their own careers. Here's why.
With a low number of women in senior roles it falls on male mentors to support women. But male leaders do not always have the right training.