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Clearing The Leadership Runway

NINE PRINCIPLES TO HELP HIGH POTENTIAL WOMEN LEADERS SOAR By Jill Griffin The evidence reveals a clear picture: the more women leaders an organization has, the healthier and more profitable it will be. For that to happen, the C-suite has to be proactive, not only clearing hurdles and aggressively opening doors but also encouraging high […]Read More

7 Top Trends That Will Shape Texas In The Coming

AN ECONOMIC TSUNAMI IS HEADED THIS WAY By Kenneth W. Gronbach To predict the future accurately, only one crystal ball will do: people, by the numbers. Demographics can predict the future and its effect on the nature of different states in the United States. Remember, demographics precipitates economics, not the other way around. People came […]Read More

How to Support Another Woman at Work

FIVE STEPS FOR WOMEN TO BECOME EACH OTHER’S CHAMPIONS By Elizabeth Lions “I just don’t like working with women. They are so catty. I’d prefer to work with men.”  It’s a sentiment I’ve heard over and over from women I’ve known, and one I used to feel, myself. I saw them as competitors, and threats […]Read More

The Wisdom of Women

Lessons Gleaned from Leadership Visionaries By Jill Griffin For the past eighteen months I have had the privilege of interviewing a list of amazing women who have risen to the top of their respective fields. These women, executives and movers and shakers, worked their way to the corner office with their dignity intact and their […]Read More

Breaking Ground

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION IN CONSTRUCTION By Kate Hull The words “diversity” and “inclusion” are not typically used to describe the construction industry and the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics results provide insight as to why. Women continue to be underrepresented, making up only 9 percent of the construction workforce; ethnic minorities make up approximately 37 […]Read More

Who Runs the Corporate World?

CLOSING THE GENDER LEADERSHIP GAP IN CORPORATE AMERICA By Sara Brand Today women hold 85 percent of consumer purchasing power. This includes 91 percent of new home purchases, 89 percent of bank accounts and 93 percent of food choices. In U.S. the number of wealthy women is growing at twice the rate of the number […]Read More