With many women working hard to shatter the glass ceiling, it appears that there are increasing possibilities for women in professional capacities. Industries that are commonly skewed to be male-dominant are now being occupied by female workers.
Citigroup, Merck, Coca-Cola, and JPMorgan Rated Best, Bottom 5 Include: Berkshire Hathaway, Ebay, and Apache Women Hold Under 1 in 5 Director Seats, Fewer Than 1 in 10 Top-Paid Jobs BETHESDA, MD. – March 7, 2013 – Standard and Poor’s (S&P) 100 companies have made some progress on corporate diversity since 2010, but these large-capitalization […]
“Executive Presence” Is Key to Corporate Advancement New York, NY: October 23, 2012— When it comes to career success, attractiveness and hard work don’t match the influence of “executive presence (EP)”, according to a new study from the Center for Talent Innovation. In a survey, 268 senior executives cited executive presence–being perceived as leadership material–as an essential component to […]
In business, those who typically “get ahead” have three main traits in common: an impressive range of experience, the right educational degree for high-level employment and esteemed professionalism that stands out on a daily basis. Sure, people enjoy stories about nonconformists who drop out of college and manage to start highly successful businesses. But the […]
OFFICE DEPOT NAMED “TOP 50 COMPANY FOR EXECUTIVE WOMEN” BY NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR FEMALE EXECUTIVES Office Depot Named to List for Eighth Consecutive Year Boca Raton, Fla., March 1, 2012 — Office Depot (NYSE: ODP), a leading global provider of office supplies and services that helps customers save time, today announced that it was named […]
Personal resilience, mentors, and a knack for creating opportunity are just three of the tools used by women of color executives to break down the “concrete ceiling,” according to a study released today by Catalyst, the leading organization working to advance women in business.