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Women in Leadership Articles

The glass ceiling is a formidable barrier, but luckily there are some awesome women paving the way. There's a lot we can learn from these trailblazing business women, CEOs, politicians, activists, and other female leaders. Plus, discover leadership and management strategies for women and the companies where you can become a true #girlboss.
Data & Research
Ambition Gap? Think Again.
According to data recently compiled by Accenture, mothers who are still in the workforce are no less likely to demonstrate ambition than their childless peers, dispelling the myth that after childbirth women lose commitment to their jobs.
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Data & Research
BCG Study Reveals Ways to Drive Better Engagement Among Senior-Level Women
InHerSight data on work-life balance contributes to a larger discussion on employee engagement, highlighted in a new study from Boston Consulting Group called “The Rewards of an Engaged Female Workforce.”
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Data & Research
New Study Reveals How Men Perceive Support for Women at Work
Men don’t think things are great, but they think they’re a lot better than women think they are.
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Female-Friendly Companies
7 Companies Committed to Having Women at the Top
Here's a list of companies that get high scores for female representation in management from the women working directly at the companies.
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Data & Research
3 Reasons Why Women Walk Away From Leadership Positions
One of the many societal changes sparked by the women’s liberation movement of the 1960s and ‘70s was a shift in gender role ideology. The new way of thinking was especially empowering to working women, as it opened doors for them to take on and succeed in high-level positions.
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The Best (and Worst) Industries for Career-Focused Millennial Women
Millennials aren’t willing to settle for less than the best when it comes to their careers, and research has shown that millennials are quitting and/or planning to quit their jobs in droves. One of the factors driving this is a desire for upward mobility that they just aren’t finding in their current jobs.
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