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Free webinar recording: What every organization should know about advancing women Leaders

June 29, 2015

The good news is women are entering the workforce and (at times) rising to the same levels of management as their male counterparts. However, projections still estimate that women won’t enjoy equal representation in leadership ranks until 2085.(1). And statistics also show that’s bad for business.

The most successful organizations commit to not only developing female talent, but also fostering a culture in which women can thrive. If you’re ready to help your organization make the jump, join Susan Brady, Lead Strategist of Linkage’s Advancing Women Leaders and Inclusion Practice, as she explains:

  • What organizations must do in order to retain and advance their female talent;
  • The most common derailers affecting the winning strategies of organizations and their women; and
  • Linkage’s Maturity Model to define where an organization is in its journey to advance women.

 

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About the presenter:

Susan MacKenty Brady, Executive Vice President, and a Principal Consultant at Linkage. In 1999, Ms. Brady co-founded Linkage’s Women in Leadership Summit. Prior to rejoining Linkage in her current role, she worked with two spin-offs of the Harvard Negotiation Project where she coached executives and led strategic marketing and business development initiatives. She is the author of The 30-Second Guide to Coaching Your Inner Critic and is a contributing author of Enlightened Power: How Women Are Transforming the Path to Leadership. Ms. Brady was recognized by Profiles in Diversity Journal as a Woman Worth Watching® for 2014.

(1) Statistic according to a 2013 study by Women’s Media Center.

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