Managerial Training: Collaboration and Diversity Require Different Managerial Skills

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This blog was originally published on TrainingIndustry.com.   Collaboration is a business imperative, whether that means creating more opportunities for people to work together in the workplace or using technology that enables virtual teamwork. Teams are also becoming more diverse, yet most managers are not trained on how to collaborate in or lead diverse teams. […]

Is “Bro Culture” Thwarting Your Efforts to Recruit Women?

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“Booth babes” have long been a staple of the trade show industry.  Scantily clad women undulate and preen at passersby. Every few years, a scandal arises in Vegas and folks write and kvetch about what exactly these girls are selling.  But the practice itself largely continues. From Fortune 500 companies to startups, businesses employ women to hawk […]

Myth: We Are Diverse. We Have One Woman On Our Leadership Team.

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2 Minute Read | Women’s Leadership Myths Welcome to Myth #10 of our 16 blog-series highlighting women’s leadership myths. Myth # 10: We are a diverse organization.  We already have a woman on our leadership team. In 1980, there were no female senior executives in the top 100 businesses in America. In 1994, there were […]

Myth: Recruiting From The Best Schools Will Promote Diversity In Our Organization

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2 Minute Read | Women’s Leadership Myths Welcome to Myth #9 of our 16 blog-series highlighting women’s leadership myths. Myth #9 – “Recruiting from the best schools will promote diversity in our organization. There are plenty of top-notch colleges and business schools that attract talented students.  And companies have historically relied quite heavily on that […]