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What can organizations do to help achieve gender parity in the workplace? Linkage research identifies four dimensions—Talent Systems, Focused Leadership Development for Women, Executive Action and Culture—that organizations can focus on to engage, develop and retain women leaders.
As we celebrate Pride Month, every leader can take action toward change. Here are four commitments leaders can make right now to be an ally and an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community.
Achieving Gender Parity in 2023 and Beyond: Best Practices from Construction Leader Hilti and Linkage
The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, EMBRACE EQUITY, aligns perfectly to our mission at Linkage—and hopefully to the goals at your organization, as we all work toward a gender-equal world. One of the ways we do that is to take action to drive gender parity by building workplaces where women thrive.
Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum reflects on the resignation decisions of Jacinda Ardern, former prime minister of New Zealand, and Nicola Sturgeon, Scottish First Minister. It takes great courage to identify a bold pathway forward. For Ardern and Sturgeon, taking a step back—literally pushing pause—was the correct answer.
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Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and represents an important opportunity for us to seek out new sources and perspectives to learn about Black history. To support you on your leadership journey this February, and all year, check out these resources for leaders.
In this six-part blog series, Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum highlights new trends that will inspire women toward achieving gender equity in leadership, and shares practical insights on what organizations and individuals can do right now to impact progress. In the second blog of this series, Jennifer discusses the notable and growing “Great Wake-up Call” around women’s value to corporate America—and why we need to take aggressive action now to protect their stake in our future.
How can leaders support cultures of inclusion at their organization and recognize Pride Month in 2022? Consider these resources and ideas as a starting point.
Stop the Backward Slide for Women in the Workplace: Gender Equity Includes Full Access to Reproductive Healthcare | A Message from Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum
This month, a draft opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court showed that a majority of justices voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark case that established the right to abortion in the United States. Jennifer McCollum, CEO of Linkage, shares her thoughts on this news.
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