Until relatively recently, few women occupied top managerial or executive positions. Today, of course, this has shifted substantially, and now many women have broken through the “glass ceiling.” As management level gender diversity increases, new opportunities for women leaders are continually being created. This leads to unique challenges for women in developing their leadership skills and meeting personal goals.
Business Schools Enjoy Resurgent Demand for Executive Education
By Seb Murray on Jun 21, 2022
The pandemic dented revenues but there are signs of resurgent demand for training on an expanding array of topics and in new modalities
Executive Programs for Women Leaders: Breaking the Glass Ceiling
By Seb Murray on Dec 06, 2021
Business schools aim to increase substantially the number of women who are leaders, but real change must come from within companies themselves
Putting Women to Work
By Emily Cataneo on Jul 01, 2020
Executive programs all over the world are targeting women entrepreneurs and leaders from developing countries to jumpstart economies.