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Women in Investment Management: The Business Case for Diversity

[…If you work in the mutual fund industry, take a look around. How many women do you see? My guess: Not too many. In fact, according to a recent Morningstar report, the fund industry’s leadership ranks are less diversified than ... read more

Is Gender Bias a Reason to quit your Job?

[…There is no shortage of advice about the importance of taking risks to succeed in business. Success — for men and women — does not come without risk. Every job accepted, business started, and new assignment comes with the potential ... read more

Henkel Korea: “Desirable Working Environment for Women”

Henkel Korea is promoting Work-Life Flexibility (WLF) in order to develop a performance-oriented corporate culture and encourage employees to reach their full potential at work. WLF can be fulfilled in many ways such as home office, mobile office and flexible ... read more

How Queen Bees oppress Female Careeres – or don’t they?

Today, only 5% of the world’s biggest companies’ leaders are female – but are “Queen Bees” really hindering for other women on their way to the top?

If you ever took the time to dive into the topic of gender inequality in the busines world, you will surely have stumbled upon the presumably one reason causing it that goes by so many names: the gender gap, the ... read more

Twitter’s diversity report: white, male and just like the rest of Silicon Valley

[…Twitter became the latest tech giant to release its diversity report this week, and in news that will surprise few who have been paying attention, the geek squad is substantially less diverse that the cast of The Big Bang Theory…] ... read more

On the way to work with Henkel

On the way to work

On the way to work is a 15th Anniversary of MIT Project which was executed in Poland between October 2013 and June 2014. The Project was designed to help long unemployed women to successfully come back on the job market. ... read more

Female Leaders on How To Achieve Work-Life Balance

[…From corporate CEOs to “mompreneurs,” women in high-stress, demanding leadership positions often find work-life balance to be a challenging goal to achieve. While the excitement of being in charge can be a great motivator to succeed, the responsibilities of leading ... read more

The Most Undervalued Leadership Traits Of Women

[…In the business world, women currently hold only 4.6 percent of Fortune 500 CEO positions and the same percentage of Fortune 1000 CEO positions.   As women continue their upward trajectory in the business world, they have yet to be fully appreciated for the ... read more