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“Take Me Seriously” – Time for Women to Tackle the Challenge

Recently, there’s been a lot of discussion about how women are frequently interrupted, ignored or talked over by men. Two specific incidents brought this ingrained aspect of male/female interactions into the spotlight: Senator Kamala Harris being interrupted twice during major Committee hearings and a snide comment by a fellow Uber board member aimed at Arianna…

Rosina L. Racioppi, Ed.D., President and CEO of WOMEN Unlimited, Inc., Gives Advice on Achieving Gender Parity in an Organization

New York, NY, June 30, 2017 – Dr. Rosina Racioppi, Ed.D., President and CEO of WOMEN Unlimited, Inc., the leading provider of organizational solutions and initiatives to empower women as leaders, advises organizations that want to achieve gender parity to take an all-in-one approach. “No one initiative is going to achieve gender parity,” explains Dr.…

Our Programs: Cornerstones for Developing Leaders Who Deliver Results

Over the next few months, I will be sharing the insights of three of our WOMEN Unlimited Program Managers. They are on the front lines in helping high potential women become strategic, top-level leaders and in working with their managers to help ensure sustainable results. Our Program Managers will highlight the challenges and opportunities our…

Rosina L. Racioppi, Ed.D., President and CEO of WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. Is Appointed to the New Historia Advisory Board

New York, NY, June 7, 2017 – WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. is pleased to announce that its President and CEO, Dr. Rosina L. Racioppi, has been appointed to the advisory board of New Historia, a women’s initiative associated with The New School in New York, NY. New Historia’s mission is to empower future generations of women…

Career-Long Resources For WOMEN Unlimited Alumnae

It’s the goal of WOMEN Unlimited to ensure that leadership development begins, doesn’t end, with our programs. To fulfill that goal, we have a vibrant and active alumnae network for our program graduates called The WUN. This blog features an interview with the Program Manager of our alumnae initiatives, Susan Kendrick Describe briefly the mission…

Highlights of the HCI 2017 Inclusive Diversity Conference

I recently had the pleasure of attending and speaking at HCI’s 2017 Inclusive Diversity Conference, which was attended by over 300 professionals committed to advancing gender parity. This was HCI’s first conference on the topic of diversity and inclusion and was the direct result of requests from their members. It’s very much in synch with…

Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business

March is Women’s History Month. For all of us involved in advancing gender parity across corporations, this year’s theme, “Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business” is especially meaningful. In line with the theme, “The National Women’s History Project” is honoring 13 women, past and present who have “defied the social mores of their times…

How Companies Go Astray in Identifying High-Potential Talent

As followers of my blogs know, from time to time, I comment on articles that impact gender parity and discuss how the points covered can help advance female talent. A recent article in the Harvard Business Review, Companies Are Bad at Identifying High-Potential Employees by Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman caught my eye. The authors point out…

IMpower: Amplifying IMpact

It’s been just about a year and a half since we launched IMpower: Grow the Talent that Will Grow Your Company, our program for developing emerging female talent. With 18 months of Corporate Partner and IMpower graduate feedback, we have solid evidence that IMpower is a resounding success, amplifying the impact of female talent across a broad spectrum…
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