Women's Leadership :star:
A Coggle Diagram about Statistics and Facts
(Women hold about 25 percent of senior executive positions, 19 percent of board seats, and constitute 19 percent of our elected congressional officials.
, Of the 195 independent countries in the world, only 17 are led by women
, women are less likely to keep their hands up
, when a women fails she is more likely to believe it is due to inherent lack of ability
, Women hold just 22 percent of seats in parliaments globally
, when a women fails, she is more likely to believe it is due to inherent lack of ability
, Women of color hold just 4 percent of top corporate jobs, 4 percent of board seats, and 6 percent of congressional seats.
, In 1970, American women were paid 59 cents fro every dollar their male counterparts made.
, 41% of mothers earn a majority of their family's earning
, twenty seven percent of Latino children and fifty two percent of African american children are raised by a single mother
and Moen and Kelly research, "saw significant results in a workplace that has a flexibiity policy."
("fake it til you feel it"
, "bill like a boy"
, "feeling like fraud"
, "what would you do if you weren't afraid?"
, "female accomplishments come at a cost?
, "They are women who made a difference in terms of their leadership style"
, "women's voices are not heard equally"
and "In each entry-level job after graduation, my colleagues were a balanced mix of male and female... But with each passing year, fewer and fewer of my colleagues were women."
(Why are women talked about/treated as if they are minorities?
, Does being a stay at home mom count as a career? #
, Why does a women's age make her weak whereas a man's makes him wise?
, Why are things women cannot control about their gender held against them?
, When adults absentmindedly stereotype girls from a young age, does that affect the young girls long term? If so, exactly how much?
and In Lean In, does Sheryl write from a senior worker vantage point?
(parent companies seems more geared for successful company than individual job.)
, leadership ambition gap
, stereotype threat
, "work life fit"
and lean in #
), Lean In
(Disagreements in Articles V.S. Lean In
, Similarities in Articles V.S. Lean In
and "Sit at the table, be assertive."
), Problems Women Have In the Work Force
(Stay at home mothers
and Working mothers
) and Struggling Women Leaders