by Caroline | Sep 16, 2015 | Gender Balance, Gender diversity, gender diversity in leadership, women earning degrees, Women in management, Women on boards |
A friend recently worried aloud that men need protecting. Women are succeeding in higher education and may take over business! Relax. Yes, women are proportionately over-represented in the educated talent pipeline. But in business they are under-represented above the entry level, and under-compensated, compared to men. I’ll let others address why men are less successful in school and keep working on why women aren’t proportionately represented at the top.
by Caroline | Jul 22, 2014 | balance of masculine and feminine, feminine strengths, Gender Balance, gender diversity in leadership, progress of women, Women in management |
The CNN Series on The Sixties chronicles all kinds of changes that occurred five decades ago. There has been remarkable progress in terms of seeing women in positions of power and authority. Images of what women can do and where they belong are changing. Are we there yet? Women represent nearly 47% of the Fortune 500 workforce yet only 4.8% of CEO’s We are not “there” until women and men compete on a level field and we value masculine and feminine approaches equally.