To Keep Female Leaders, Learn What They Need to Succeed

Women don't rise to the top of the corporate ladder as much as men because employers aren't doing enough to keep their ambitions alive, new research suggests. The study from the consulting firm Women's Success Coaching finds that women start out their careers extremely ambitious, but employers damage that drive to succeed by not creating enough programs that have an impact on their advancement.

September 24, 2016

How to Create a Great Workplace for Women

Kim Greenspan is working to strengthen the voices of women at her organization one dollar at a time. Greenspan, the marketing director at professional services firm Plante Moran, noticed herself and other women saying "I'm sorry" when they didn't need to-for example, interjecting an opinion into a conference call or making a trivial mistake.

September 19, 2016

To Succeed in Tech, Women Need More Visibility

Silicon Valley companies are making news these days for their efforts to fix the underrepresentation of women in tech. Many are focused on increasing the pipeline of women studying STEM in high school and college. But pipeline factors are not the only reason for the low numbers of women: Companies are failing to retain the female employees they have.

September 15, 2016

6 Things Women Should Never Have To Apologize For At Work

If you're a woman, a gender-nonconforming person, or pretty much anyone who isn't in the most privileged position, you might be familiar with the feeling that you need to apologize merely for existing. There are so many things women shouldn't have to apologize for, but often feel like they do

September 6, 2016