Career Paths for Women Leaders in Workforce Magazine
Authored by Deborah Rocco
One particular hurdle for putting more women in leadership roles is the lack of career paths that facilitate their advancement. There are certain behaviors that can make it more difficult for women to get on the right path, and practices that exist within organizations that can create barriers for women.
In this Q&A with Workforce.com, IA Senior Consultant Deborah Rocco suggests specific personal and organizational strategies that can help.
Women in Leadership
Solving the issue of the glass ceiling requires more than a project plan and a firm hand. It requires collaborative change leadership focused relentlessly on three areas: setting direction, inspiring commitment, and building capability.More Information
Advancing women into leadership roles successfully requires bringing together all stakeholders (and both genders) in a concerted change effort, with support and energy from top leadership. Learn how in this free, one-hour recorded webinar. Presented by Training Magazine.