I was asked by a reporter for the U.S. Business Review if
2. It’s not just about developing the women. Their managers need to be developed, too. Most leaders do not know how to manage high a
As a result, most high-achieving women stay in jobs less than five years, seeking
Therefore, many women don’t stay long enough in one
3. Generally, most “leadership programs” consist of a series of training events that teach old performance management techniques
Therefore, the question is not, “Are companies doing enough for women?” I believe it is, “Are companies doing enough to create cultures that support and include the creative, demanding, interesting, passionate high-achievers so they will want to stay around long enough to be leaders?”
The article will be out soon, in the late April issue of US Business Review. I’ll let you know how he handled my quotes!