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Female Executives

How Sheri Salata, Oprah's Longtime Producer, Built Her Dream Company

The Huffington Post | Carolyn Gregoire | Posted 04.07.2016 | Healthy Living

Sheri Salata has been working for Oprah Winfrey for more than two decades, so she knows for a fact that the media mogul's famous slogan, "Live your be...

Woman at Work: Smarten Up Your Teams to Boost Revenue -- Females are the Key

O'Brien Browne | Posted 11.02.2016 | Business
O'Brien Browne

Over the past several years, many studies have shown the advantages of teams which are diverse in terms of skills, age, culture, personality and, most especially, gender. Diverse teams, when well led, are more innovative and creative.

Al Jazeera America Exec Leaves Amid Network's New Strategy

The Huffington Post | Lydia Oconnor | Posted 01.05.2017 | Media

In one of its first public changes since coming under new management, Al Jazeera America has parted ways with Mary Caraccioli, formerly the network's ...

Once A Company Has One Woman Exec, It's Harder For Another To Get A Top Job

The Huffington Post | Alexander C. Kaufman | Posted 04.10.2015 | Business

Promoting one woman to a company’s executive team doesn’t necessarily crack the glass ceiling.

The Workplace Model Is Broken for More Than Moms

Emma Plumb | Posted 05.12.2015 | Business
Emma Plumb

Work flexibility is critical for moms, but not because they need special treatment or extra sensitivity. Instead, work flexibility is a business strategy that improves performance for all workers -- and employers' bottom lines.

4 Tips for Female Executives As They Climb the Corporate Ladder

Mike Harden | Posted 11.22.2014 | Business
Mike Harden

Women frequently do not have the same level of support or development opportunities that men enjoy -- because they lack peers and mentors. Here are some tips I share with the female executives I coach, as they climb the corporate ladder.

Accidental Networking

Heather Deason Zynczak | Posted 11.04.2014 | Women
Heather Deason Zynczak

Everyday activities are often the best channel for networking, and a few small changes in how you approach these daily interactions can add value to your relationships.

Women And Minorities Are Punished For Promoting Women And Minorities At Work: Study

The Huffington Post | Jillian Berman | Posted 07.28.2014 | Business

Valuing diversity is apparently frowned upon in Corporate America -- unless you’re a white man. Women and minorities who promote diversity from c...

Jillian Berman

Even Companies That Sell Tampons Are Run By Men | Jillian Berman | Posted 07.22.2014 | Business

A shot from a recent ad mocking ridiculous tampon commercials. Most women would rather not discuss the intricacies of their period with a man. Mo...

Editors, Earnings and Equality: Getting Down to the Root of the Jill Abramson Debate

Kim Keating | Posted 07.15.2014 | Women
Kim Keating

Abramson is not the first woman to be faced with this situation, nor will she be the last. In all of this media chaos surrounding this issue, it's essential to remember that being paid fairly is not the necessarily being paid equally.

Is 'Work-Life Balance' a Dangerous Lie?

Mark Morford | Posted 05.18.2014 | Healthy Living
Mark Morford

Most executives come and go like drones. Their towering self-importance -- to which all of society sadly contributes -- is only matched by their imminent and nearly instantaneous irrelevance.

4 Types of Bias Women Still Face at Work, 60 Companies Are Doing Something About It

Jennifer Owens | Posted 04.06.2014 | Women
Jennifer Owens

Only recently, as my own influence has grown, have I realized the degree to which unconscious bias still keeps women out of leadership roles.

Stay-at-Home Dads? Yeah, It Might Just Work

Lynda Bekore | Posted 02.11.2014 | Parents
Lynda Bekore

The secret is out. When it comes to women hitting the corporate glass ceiling, the elephant in the room has broken through. Women can have it all... as long as they have a wife at home to take care of the kids.

Please Stay, Christine Day!

Julie Buckner | Posted 01.25.2014 | Business
Julie Buckner

lululemon, please bring back Christine Day! Ms. Day, 51, who announced in June that she'd be stepping down as soon as a successor was named, is still acting in her capacity as CEO. But she's been rather quiet lately.

The 'Women' Effect: Women Have More Influence on Men's Behavior Than Previously Thought, and It's Changing Corporate America

Kay Koplovitz | Posted 09.22.2013 | Business
Kay Koplovitz

I have not lost faith in the influence women have on men, and finally this influence is working its way into the corner office as to the value that women bring to performance.

Does This Get Women Into The C-Suite?

Posted 06.19.2013 | Women

Are girls who play team sports more likely to end up in C-suite positions? Apparently so. This week, accounting firm Ernst & Young released the...

CEO Series: Female Tech Executive Talks About Her Rise to the Top

Dr. Sasha Galbraith | Posted 05.28.2013 | Business
Dr. Sasha Galbraith

"You've got to develop the courage of your convictions. I think you have to be willing to take some risks and some gambles, and to maybe take an unpopular position because you really think it's the right thing to do. I'm very willing to have open, frank conversations that other people just aren't willing to have. "

The Truth About "Queen Bees" In The Workplace, From Sheryl Sandberg (WATCH)

Posted 08.14.2013 | Home

Is the "Queen Bee Phenomenon" a real thing? Facebook COO and author Sheryl Sandberg sounded off when she joined me on Mondays With Marlo. In the past,...

Building the Truvia Brand: The Sweet Taste of Success with a Woman's Touch

Dr. Sasha Galbraith | Posted 05.05.2013 | Business
Dr. Sasha Galbraith

How do you take a brand and turn it from nothing to number two in less than five years? Zanna McFerson did just that with Truvia.

The Balancing Act

Joanna Riley Weidenmiller | Posted 04.16.2013 | Business
Joanna Riley Weidenmiller

The tech boom is back and thriving -- there are still lots of uncharted territories, unclaimed stakes and rules that are still being figured out, but the crowd looks a little different. Women are more visible, and although there are still a ways to go, new female pioneers are becoming the norm.

Stella and Chewy's Founder and President on Making the Jump from Fashion to Pet Food

Dr. Sasha Galbraith | Posted 03.23.2013 | Business
Dr. Sasha Galbraith

Marie Moody, Founder and President of Stella & Chewy's, a multi-million dollar pet food company, reflected on her company's history as we were sitting in a café in New York City.

The Boardroom Series: You're on the Board... Now What?

Dr. Sasha Galbraith | Posted 02.04.2013 | Business
Dr. Sasha Galbraith

The bottom line is this: Stretching yourself too thin will not allow you to put your best foot forward and splitting your time between too many boards can prove to be very challenging (even for the most experienced board members).

The Boardroom Series: What's Holding Women Back From Getting on the Board?

Dr. Sasha Galbraith | Posted 01.20.2013 | Business
Dr. Sasha Galbraith

Women may be chipping away at the glass ceiling, but when it comes to elbowing our way into the boardroom, progress is painfully slow.

Add Women, Remove the Risk: Why Women Should Have a Place in Your Investment Portfolio

Linda Miller | Posted 11.13.2012 | Business
Linda Miller

What do women bring to the table that makes their companies more likely to thrive? Is it just about women, or particular kinds of women? Are women a sign of something bigger at work in a company's culture?

Former Cisco Executive Shows Executive Women the Value of Networking

Dr. Sasha Galbraith | Posted 12.03.2012 | Business
Dr. Sasha Galbraith

Pop quiz: What do IBM, Pepsi-Co, Dupont, Campbell Soup, Xerox and Kraft Foods have in common? They're all led by female CEOs. In fact, with the appointment of Marissa Mayer as CEO and President of Yahoo! in July, women have upped their game on the Fortune 500 list, with 20 female CEOs among the ranks.