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How Campbell's chief exec and her CEO sister got to the top

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Leadership skills run in the family for Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison, whose sister, Maggie Wilderotter, became CEO of Frontier Communications in 2006. The sisters said companies need to do a better job of retaining women, but Morrison said female employees also need to be proactive about forming relationships and finding sponsors. "Women need to think about where they've been, where they are, where they're going and how they're going to get there," she said. CNNMoney (03/26)


Female execs share tips for rising in the corporate ranks

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Focus on growth, big-picture goals when switching careers

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Report: Women are entering less lucrative fields

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Advance your career by looking for new projects

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Harvard MBA program targets women's colleges

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Analysis: Women make more than men in some cities

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Why a career path does not need to be forever

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Should you do a pre-MBA internship?

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

No leader develops without a little risk

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015


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