What Women Need to Know About Leadership and Advancing in the Workplace Post-Pandemic
It’s critical for more women to become leaders and executives in business– and that starts with you.
By Lisa Utzschneider @Lisa_Utz
While the shift to remote work during the pandemic delivered unexpected benefits for many , there has undoubtedly been a disproportionate impact on women , especially when attempting to balance career advancement with the responsibilities of home life, child care and education, and more. With companies introducing hybrid work models and even permanent remote work options, this moment should be a fervent call to action for senior leaders to promote women’s advancement in a post-pandemic professional world.
In the coming weeks, thousands of young women will graduate college and enter the workforce, where they will face the most difficult economic times in nearly a decade. These challenges are compounded by recent data showing that women everywhere are missing opportunities to advance through the ranks...read more...