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The adult in the room has left the building as Sandberg leans out

As a leadership advocate, I think Lean In – the book, the buzzword, and the movement – has some merit. Yet, at the same time, its critics – women who challenge its premise as not being equitable to all women[...]

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Women Helping Women seminar in Doha reveals progress in gender parity, along with many of the same old obstacles

In 1987, the idea of some 200 women, in mostly STEM careers, many with advanced degrees, gathering in Doha, Qatar to discuss women in leadership seemed impossible.[...]

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Can Women Reach the Top of America’s Largest Corporations? It’s not happening.

In 1987, “Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Can Women Reach the Top of America’s Largest Corporations?” was first published. The book addresses the barriers to women trying to advance in the workplace and concludes on a hopeful note that positive change,[...]

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Sandy Shullman earns life achievement award

The American Psychological Foundation has named Sandra L. Shullman, PhD, recipient of its 2016 Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in the Practice of Psychology. The award recognizes a distinguished career and enduring contribution to advancing the professional practice of[...]

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Sandy Shullman and Lily Kelly-Radford on “becoming global”

Sandy and Lily write in the May 2015 issue of CLO Magazine, drawing on their experience in global degreed curricula as well as executive coaching. A 2013 Right Management study reported that 42 percent of individuals in overseas assignments fail.[...]

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“Smashing the Glass Ceiling Once and For All” with Linda Sharkey

Breaking The Glass Ceiling: Can Women Reach The Top Of America’s Largest Corporations? first published in 1994. Twenty years later, how much has changed? Linda Sharkey, PhD and Dr. Randall P. White  discuss how far we have NOT come in[...]

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