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The Not-So Herculean Task of Achieving Gender Parity in the Board Room:

A Call to Action by the Women’s Forum of New York

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What Are The Gaps Women Face In Corporate America?

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5 Things Companies Should Do to Make Diversity and Inclusion a Core Driver of Their Overall Business Strategy

We wanted to share 5 things companies should do to make diversity and inclusion a core driver of their overall business strategy.

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International Women’s Day Call to Action – It’s Time for Parity

Progress is being made, but in the U.S., parity for any group is still far off. Janice Reals Ellig states, “Gender parity by 2025 must be the objective of all U.S. Congressional leaders, CEOs/Board Chairs in the corporate world and all other sectors.”

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Watch Janice Reals Ellig on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” November 14, 2017

Gender gap widens for first time in a decade: World Economic Forum from CNBC.

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Breaking down barriers: diversity and inclusion in the C-suite

Attitudes, cultures and systems need to change for companies to embrace the positives of diversity and inclusion.

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Vox -The number of women CEOs of Fortune 500 companies has dropped by 25 percent

The decline in women Fortune 500 CEOs is “disappointing,” Ellig said, but also a wake-up call for corporations.

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Holly J. Gregory – Board Lessons In A Shifting Paradigm

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What Every Successful Woman Knows

Acknowledged by Bloomberg Businessweek as “the best of its genre,” Janice’s first book offers 12 proven strategies for women who have set their sights on the executive suite. Derived, in part, from in-depth interviews with more than 200 successful senior corporate women, these strategies embody an array of critical dos and don’ts—from building a power base to avoiding becoming a generalist (multi-specialize instead)—and a range of key tactical behaviors, such as bonding with your boss, exuding authority, and seizing the significant and dumping the insignificant. Together these strategies constitute a coherent action plan for getting the power in an organization and wielding it effectively.

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