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Survey: Men, women perceive gender equality differently

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Forty-four percent of men say their companies have enough female leaders, but only 33% of women would agree with that assessment, according to a survey by Kununu and InHerSight. This disparity may be related to the fact that men are rarely asked to think about these sorts of issues, said InHerSight CEO Ursula Mead. Fast Company online (12/16)


Why authenticity is key

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Michele Buck named Hershey CEO

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Improve your post-interview etiquette

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Research: Female CEOs grow sales, shrink pay gap

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

PepsiCo CEO Nooyi aims to "innovate the hell out of the company"

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Will your undergraduate degree affect your admissions chances?

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Ex-DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman leads gender equality effort

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Why traditional MBA programs will always have a place

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

How b-schools are using technology to engage students

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017


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