Are you losing high potential women in search of a stronger path to leadership?
Don’t let the complexities of organizational norms form roadblocks for the high potential women on your teams. Create a well-developed path for women looking to evolve into new levels of leadership.
Despite perceptions that women have more opportunity than ever, the fact remains that women aren’t advancing to the highest levels of our largest institutions. Less than 15 percent hold executive and officer-level roles at Fortune 500 companies and less than 2 percent of CEOs are women. To close the gender gap and foster a more gender-rich leadership environment, the business world needs to cultivate the women’s leadership pipeline. At Exceleration Partners, we are passionate about accelerating women’s talents and being part of making that shift happen.
“The world will be saved by the western woman.”
Dalai Lama XIV
“After attending Leadership Power for Women, I found the power within me to decide my future, my leadership potential and my destination. With coaching, I made my break out of middle management, feel empowered and realize I can achieve the C-suite. I have never been happier in my career.”
Former middle manager, current SVP and future COO,
Global Professional Services Organization
LEADERSHIP FOR WOMEN RESOURCES
Leadership Power for Women
Our Point of View: Five Critical Stages in Women’s Careers
Leadership for Women Program
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WHAT ARE WE READING NOW?
Clients are always asking us what we are reading so we like to share what our partners have on their nightstand right now. Want to know more about our favorite readings and resources? Visit our Knowledge Center!
The New Soft War on Women: How the Myth of Female Ascendance Is Hurting Women, Men–and Our Economy by Carol Rivers and Rosalind Barnett
In this eye-opening book, Rivers and Barnett offer women the real facts as well as tools for combating the “soft war” tactics that prevent them from advancing in their careers.