I think today is a good day to talk about Gender Partnership, especially after the disappointing verdict in the Ellen Pao/Kleiner Perkins lawsuit yesterday in Silicon Valley. Whatever else the facts
It’s Gender-Trial B-I-N-G-O and the Ellen Pao case
The unfolding of the Pao/Kleiner Perkins sexual discrimination and harassment case in Silicon Valley is like playing a game of Gender Bingo… If we could just get companies to see
Wanted: A Few Really, Really Good Women
Fifteen years ago, I set out to design a course that would take our very popular and very effective Women Leading Change program one giant step further, especially for women with BIG jobs.
Here’s to Strong Women, Worldwide!
Today is International Women’s Day. On the first official celebration of it, back in 1909, more than one million
Women’s Leadership Has Its Day
There is a special energy when large numbers of women come together. It’s a mixture of excitement, determination,
Taking the HeforShe Campaign a Big Step Further
I have a couple of things I want to share with you today – some bracing news and a new challenge from actor Emma Watson; a Twitter campaign to roundly
Public Opinion Is Way Ahead of Corporate Action on Women’s Leadership Abilities
Last month I welcomed my first granddaughter into a world where everyone is talking about gender equity, gender balance, and – my personal focus – Gender Partnership. This wasn’t the
When It Comes to Gender Partnership, Aristotle Had It Right Part 2
Last week I wrote about the first of three very significant obstacles to gender partnership — ones that only women can remove. The first obstacle I cited was anger, and