Advancing Women Leaders
What are the hurdles to advancing women into leadership roles — and how might organizations look to make more progress to reduce or eliminate gender bias? Our recent workplace pulse survey details important findings that point to what leaders can do to bridge the gaps. Interaction Associates senior consultant Debbie Rocco takes a fresh look at the data and the issues — and explores how best to move forward, with an approach that is more consciously collaborative among both genders.
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Our 2015 survey indicates that men and women see workplace gender issues very differently, yet are reluctant to discuss gender bias in the workplace.Read Now
When solving difficult problems, the questions we ask matter. . . and even shape the solutions available to us. Albert Einstein invited us to consider our questions, and Deborah Rocco does just that in her piece about women in leadership.
We desperately need to address the lack of businesswomen in senior leadership roles. Yet most people are uncomfortable even having a conversation about the problem. Deborah Rocco explains how to move forward.