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The Underlying Dynamics of Women in Leadership

by Stephany Below, Communications Manager

Karen Korabik Wins Outstanding Scholarship Award for Work on Women Leaders

The role of women in the workplace has changed drastically over the last century as women have made large strides toward workplace equality. However, while women now make up nearly half of the workforce, they still lag behind.

Although they make up 44 percent of total Fortune 500 employees, women make up only 25.1 percent of executive officers, 9.5 percent of top earners, and 4.6 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs, according to 2016 statistics from Catalyst. They hold just 19.9 percent of Fortune 500 board seats.

So, how can women leaders make further gains? One way, according to Karen Korabik, is by supporting each other....Read more

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Early Registration Ends February 22! 

The 32nd Annual SIOP Conference is a great place to build your career, discover and share the latest research, and gather information to address strategic issues within your organization. This year’s event, scheduled for April 27-29, 2017 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin hotel, will be a ...Read more

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Online, in Print and at the Annual Conference

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Emphasis on specific aspects of the equation may shift ...Read more