Today, although American women comprise almost half the workforce, they hold less than five percent of CEO roles at Fortune 500 companies. In the U.S., full-time, year-round female workers face a 20 percent gender pay gap, according to the Institute for Women’s Policy and Research.
What is Uncommon Coaching and how does it vary from more traditional leadership coaching practiced today? How does coaching differ from therapy? How does the alignment approach in Uncommon Coaching relate to intentions, behaviors and motives?
Next meeting scheduled for August 10. This SIG is sponsored by Leadership Worth Following (LWF), a Dallas-based leadership consulting firm.
Key Findings on Developing Ethical Leaders and Optimizing Teamwork Aided by New Personality Assessment Tool
Dallas firm’s innovation influences academic research to be presented at international conference.
At the recent Society of Consulting Psychology (SCP) conference in Savannah, Ga., which ended Feb. 11, A. Dale Thompson, Ph.D., was installed as SCP president for a one-year term.
In today’s competitive job market, companies are looking for ways to attract and retain employees while also maximizing their job engagement and performance.
Dr. Myranda S. Grahek has been named President of Leadership Worth Following, LLC.
Looking back at the incredible MRH journey, there have been many people who have collectively given birth to this effort. LWF honors five of them.