Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and WonderArianna Huffington, Harmony Publishing, March 25, 2014: 
“Caroline Turner, author of Difference Works: Improving Retention, Productivity, and Profitability Through Inclusion, was one of those women at the top. After successfully climbing the corporate ladder, she decided to get off. And it wasn’t because of her children, who were grown, ‘I lacked the passion it took to keep it up,’ she writes. Once she left, she realized she had new colleagues of a sort. ‘I began to notice how much company I had as a former successful woman executive,’ she writes. ‘I began to reflect on what really caused me to leave.”
Episode 36: Emotions At The Office The Broad Experience, March 10, 2014
Is it getting easier to show emotions at work? NPR, Marketplace, February 21, 2014
 FlexiMoms, May 20, 2013
Women’s Ideas: Do Men Intentionally Steal Them?  Forbes, December 3, 2012
Can ‘Feminine’ Women Make It To The Top? Forbes, October 24, 2012
Women Leading Women: Supporters or Saboteurs? Forbes, October 3, 2012
Ambition and Power The Broad Experience, October 2, 2012
Stanford Finds The Secret Switch For Women’s Success! Forbes, September 11, 2012
Leveraging Gender Differences in the WorkplaceDownload Podcast Now WyNot! Podcast Interview, Sept 14, 2012
Do Women Fear Power and Success? Forbes, August 27, 2012
Does a lack of women at the top hurt businesses? Fox News TV Interview, August 24, 2012
Why We Women Leave Our Jobs, And What Business Can Do To Keep Us Diversity MBA, August 15, 2012
Women Are Asking, “Is The Juggling Act Worth It?”: Here’s How CEO’s Can Build An Inclusive Culture That Works Forbes, July 30, 2012
Women’s Progress: Is the Glass Half Empty? What Will It Take to Fill It? Forbes, July 17, 2012
Difference Works — Inclusion Ensures a Better Bottom Line Industry Week, July 9, 2012
Leveraging Gender Differences in the Workplace Purse Strings WebMaster Radio, July 3, 2012
You Came a Long Way, Baby. BUT… Forbes Magazine, June 6, 2012
Proud Contributor to Womens Media
Why your business needs balance: men and women The Organized Executives Blog, May 24, 2012
Why Businesses Need to Retain Women BusinessReview.com, May 16, 2012
A Balance of Both Masculine and Feminine Strengths: The Bottom-Line Benefit Forbes Magazine, May 7, 2012
WHY You Need to Retain Women — The Business Case for Gender Diversity AmericanDiversityReport.com, April 23, 2012
Business insight: Profits tied to workplace diversity The Salt Lake Tribune, April 20, 2012
Interview With Caroline Turner,WICN Public Radio April 15, 2012
Retain Women; To retain more customers. Executive Excellence, April, 2012
Why You Need to Retain Women: The Business Case for Gender Diversity Business Ethics Magazine, March 21, 2012
“It is not an issue of money,” she says. “It’s an issue of culture.” Central Valley Business Times, Feb19, 2012
“Why You Need to Retain Women: The Business Case for Gender Diversity” All About Executives Magazine, Jan 31, 2012
The (Frustrating) Quest for Gender Diversity TCW Minute Mentor, Jan 29, 2012
An Interview with Caroline Turner Business Leader Segment One – Business Leader Radio: Women Extraordinaire, Jan 23, 2012
An Interview with Caroline Turner Business Leader Segment Two – Business Leader Radio: Women Extraordinaire, Jan 23, 2012
An Interview with Caroline Turner Business Leader Segment Three – Business Leader Radio: Women Extraordinaire, Jan 23, 2012
An Interview with Caroline Turner Business Leader Segment Four – Business Leader Radio: Women Extraordinaire, Jan 23, 2012
Women’s Role in Fixing the “Pyramid Problem:” A New Approach The Glass Hammer, Jan 18, 2012
New Book Focuses on Gender Diversity on Executive Level US Daily Review, Dec 20, 2011
Why women abandon the C suite — and how to get them back Venture Beat, Dec 27, 2011

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