Leading by Example
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Elections are on the horizon and gender equality in the workplace is a topic on the minds of politicians constituents alike. With us to turn the volume up on this conversation is Founder & CEO of Works4Her, Elaine Davidson. Then, it’s that time of year again: Barbara Turvett reveals some of her favorites from the Working Mother 50 Most Powerful Moms of 2016 list.
Segment 1: Know Where You Stand
Segment 2: Keep it Real
Segment 3: More than a Paycheck
Segment 4: 50 Most Powerful Moms
Segment 5: Music and Fashion Icons
Segment 6: C-Suite Standouts
Know Where You Stand | SEGMENT 1 | #128
As a company, how do you retain and attract qualified female workers? Founder & CEO of Works4Her (@Works4Her), Elaine Davidson, explains how to can assess your current employee base and develop emerging female leaders.
Keep it Real | SEGMENT 2 | #128
Being a new mom and going back to work is hard. Can we just be honest about that for a second? Elaine Davidson (@Works4Her) advises companies invest in new working mothers by supporting and acknowledging the difficult transition back into the workforce.
More than a Paycheck | SEGMENT 3 | #128
When it comes to accepting a new career opportunity, savvy job hunters look for much more than earning potential. Make sure that your brand value proposition is competitive for working moms to attract top talent. Elaine Davidson (@Works4Her) offers these key tips.
50 Most Powerful Moms | SEGMENT 4 | #128
Adele takes top honors on Working Mother’s 50 Most Powerful Moms of 2016 list. Our Executive Editor, Barbara Turvette (@barbaraturvett), tells us why this soulful songbird secured the #1 spot. Then, we learn more about reality TV talent show mastermind, Cecile Frot-Coutaz.
Music and Fashion Icons | SEGMENT 5 | #128
We take a look at two more exceptional moms on the 50 Most Powerful Women list: country music superstar, Carry Underwood, and Louis Vuitton Director and EV, Delphine Arnault.
C-Suite Standouts | SEGMENT 6 | #128
We turn our focus to women making waves at the C-Suite level. Barbara Turvette (@barbaraturvett) shares how Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert leads 70,000+ employees to achieve a work/life balance, and how Adena Friedman climbed the ranks to COO at NASDAQ, a $9.5 billion company.