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A supportive management team can be a woman's biggest ally, but a bad one can be her worst nightmare. Here's how to deal with inefficient or hostile managers, the latest research on women in management positions, and the companies with the best teams.


How to Be a Good Manager, According to Experienced Managers

Learn from experience, actively listen

Insight & Commentary

Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Are the New Successful CEOs

And — surprise! — women have their characteristics in spades


The Hidden Effects of Financial Confidence on Women’s Careers

From asking for a raise to going for the promotion, financial savvy has a hand in the risks women are willing to take at work.

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.

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.

Insight & Commentary

3 Companies Launching Programs to Advance Working Women

Here are some innovative equal opportunity initiatives that we think are worth replicating.

Data & Research

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.

Female-Friendly Companies

Want to Be the Boss?

Here are 5 companies in a variety of industries, from retail to tourism, with great management opportunities for women.