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Women CEOs Earned More Last Year, But Few Were in Top Job

“Unconscious bias in the workplace is keeping women from getting opportunities that will put them on track to for top roles,” comments Janice Reals Ellig.

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Nasdaq-Listed Companies Moving the Needle on Diversity in the Boardroom

“The business case for gender parity has been made, and further progress toward that goal is going to depend on tone at the top.” states Janice Reals Ellig.

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A Board’s Duty On Succession

A board of directors has a fiduciary duty to shareholders to oversee a corporation’s short- and long-term business strategy. A crucial part of that responsibility is to have a succession plan in place for the company’s directors and its CEO. “Directors should not wait until a crisis prompts a CEO departure. A board should be discussing succession regularly, considering that the average director at a large-cap company will oversee two CEO transitions during his or her tenure” – Janice Ellig

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David Mathison – CDOs: At the Heart of Driving Transformation

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Making Board Gender Diversity Happen, A Conversation with Janice Ellig

A growing body of research suggests that women corporate directors are associated with stronger company results, better resilience, and increased innovation.

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Jeffrey Sonnenfeld – Inspiring Stories of Covid-19 Leadership

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Financier – Q&A: Diversity in the Boardroom and C-Suite

“Like driving financial growth, responsible chief executives that champion equality do the same for talent acquisition – at the board, C-suite and throughout an organization,” – Janice Ellig

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Chief Digital Officer Summit, NY

Ellig Group is proud to be a sponsor this annual event. Please check the CDO Summit website for updates on this year’s event.

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“The ERA – The Time is Now!” Celebrating Women’s History Month

“Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906), an early women’s rights advocate, as a young girl asked her teacher why he taught long division only to the boys. He replied, “A girl need only know how to read the bible and count her egg money, nothing more.” Luckily, Susan B. Anthony did not give up on her education and fighting for the rights of women. Earlier – in 1776 as the

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