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Forté Foundation is thankful for leaders like you who advance and inspire women in business.
Female MBAs—whether they’re pursuing or leveraging the degree—have a unique mark on women’s advancement.
Recently, Sylvia Ann Hewlett led a Women Lead session for more than 300 participants on executive presence. Hewlett focused her presentation on three aspects of executive presence: gravitas, communication, and appearance.
How awesome is it when Netflix recommends you a TV series that then becomes your new favorite? Or Amazon suggests a book that you can’t put down? Wouldn’t be it great if the same could happen for your career?
Don't think you're a "numbers person?" It's time to rethink that definition. In a global economy surrounded by big data and a never-ending flow of information, working with numbers is integral in all career stages.
Forté Executive Director Elissa Sangster analyzes what prevents so many women from rising above mid-level management.
About 17 percent of the students at the University of London’s London Business School’s full-time MBA program hail from North America. Just under one-third are women, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s latest rankings profile.
One thing we have learned from working with developing nations over many years is that efforts to increase the economic participation of women yield tremendous positive impacts in subsequent generations. The challenge, then, is figuring out how to go about expanding opportunities for women. What are the most effective avenues to pursue?
Caroline attended the 2013 Forté College Leadership Launch for Women and gives you the run-down of what to expect at the conference.