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Using Gender Diversity as a Lever for Operational Excellence, Global Growth, and Innovation

Learn how Ingersoll Rand partnered with CCL to broaden and strengthen the gender diversity of the company’s global team to improve retention and business performance.

Why Companies Struggle to Tap the Power of Women’s Leadership
Why Companies Struggle to Tap the Power of Women’s Leadership

There are some persistent barriers to women’s advancement in the workplace. Learn how your organization can help grow your ranks of women leaders.

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Women in Cable Telecommunications Celebrates 1,000th Leadership Institute Graduate

CCL partnered with Women in Cable Telecommunications to develop executive leadership training for women at senior and upper-middle management levels.

Women in the Workplace: Why Women Make Great Leaders & What You Can Do to Retain Them
Women in the Workplace: Why Women Make Great Leaders & How to Retain Them

There are many benefits of having more women in the workplace, including greater employee engagement and retention. Learn more about the value of women in leadership positions and what women want from work.

Women Leaders and Luck
Women Leaders and Luck

Our analysis of leadership development interviews found that women leaders are almost as likely to chalk up their successes to “luck” as they are to say that they worked hard for them. Here’s how to change the way you think and reframe your leadership narrative.

Women Pay a Price for Promoting Other Women
Women Pay a Price for Promoting Other Women

Senior-level women are often penalized when they promote their female colleagues. Our researchers uncovered why more women don’t support other women.

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Women’s Professional Forum Foundation Helps Girls Become Lifelong Leaders

The Women’s Professional Forum partnered with CCL to develop Girls Leadership Edge, a leadership development curriculum for girls between the ages of 13 and 15.

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