Elevating Women in the Workforce
Research from Gallup shows that women leaders tend to run significantly happier, more engaged teams. At the same time, companies with women on their boards outperform those without, and diverse teams outperform non-diverse teams. And yet – women make up only 4.6 percent of CEOs and 25 percent of senior-level officials and managers.1
Watch the webinar, “Elevating Women in the Workforce,” featuring Julie Kantor, president and CEO of Twomentor, LLC to learn about:
- Key issues facing women and minorities
- Building mentoring programs to support diverse employees
- Creating mentoring cultures to serve the needs of millennials and Generation Z
About Julie Kantor
Julie built and launched Million Women Mentors while working at STEMconnector, which included consulting clients such as Cisco, TCS, Intel, BP, Samsung, and more on talent strategies. This past fall, she founded her own management consulting firm, Twomentor, LLC. Twomentor offers mentor training, national speaking on these issues, and consults corporations on their mentor strategy to drive significant employee retention.
Julie has also been a Huffington Post Business & Tech Blogger since 2012, and is the author of I Said YES!
1. Bersin, Josh. “The Important Topic of Women in Business: What Men Can Do.” Huffington Post. Last modified May 6, 2015.