From a press release by The Boston Club “The 100 largest public companies in Massachusetts continued to add women to their boardrooms and executive suites. A growing number of companies have more than two women directors on their boards or in their top-tier executive positions, which brings opportunity for real change.”
Learn about the census that shows that women are gaining ground as business leaders in Massachusetts by reading an article by Aaron Nicodemus in Telegram.com.
Does negative feedback drive you straight to a bowl of ice cream, a stiff scotch or a sleepless night? These are common reactions to the stress of negative feedback or criticism. Katherine Reynolds Lewis says that using negative feedback to drive change is a better way to go and we agree with her. To read more of Katherine’s insight click the link to read “Turning Negative Feedback Into An Opportunity“.
The WeNews staff brings us profiles of seven outstanding leaders dedicated to improving lives of women and girls: Elyse Cherry, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Emily Neilson Jones, Winsome McIntosh, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, Melanne Verveer. To read this in-depth article about these inspiring women visit WeNews.