Women's Career Advancement Programs: Optimizing Efforts for Better Results
JournalBoston College Center for Work & Family: Executive Briefing Series
PublisherBoston College Center for Work & Family
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AbstractLong a key component of corporate America's Leadership development and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, women's career advancement programs have proliferated in various forms over the years. These efforts include, for example, mentoring programs, accelerate leadership development training and a variety of work-life supports. Thee initiatives have been developed to address the existing gender imbalance in the workplace and to cultivate women in leadership roles.
CitationViñas, Keila and McHugh, Tina Lawler. ( 2020). Women's Career Advancement Programs: Optimizing for Better Results. Boston College Center for Work & Family.
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