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Developing Female Millennial Talent

By: Lauren Noel, Christie Arscott & Kendra Thomas
In this session Lauren Noel, Director of Women’s Leadership Initiatives at ICEDR is joined by Strategic Adviser Christie Hunter Arscott and Kendra Thomas, the Director of Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives in the Americas for Pearson. They discuss results of their recent research on female millennial talent.

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Challenges Millennial Women Face

By: Betsy Myers, Bentley University
Betsy Myers, Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University, discusses the challenges women in the first decade of their careers face.

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Skills Millennial Women Need

By: Betsy Myers, Bentley University
Betsy Myers, Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University, discusses the essential skills women in the first decade of their careers must develop.

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Millennial Women and Networking

By: Betsy Myers, Bentley University
Betsy Myers, Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University, discusses what women in the first decade of their careers need to know about networking.

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Men in Partnership to Advance Women

By: Betsy Myers, Bentley University
Betsy Myers discusses that engaging men to advance women in the enterprise is, first and foremost, a business issue. Male leaders are in a unique and influential position to promote talented female executives into the senior ranks of companies. If men can’t – or won’t – make this a business priority, then hard-core success metrics for their companies will erode. Second, Betsy explains that engaging men to advance women in the enterprise is a leadership issue, because CEOs are responsible for their companies’ financial success, and organizations cannot flourish without blended and balanced leadership teams that meld the talents of both males and females. Finally, Betsy discusses that engaging men to advance women in the enterprise is a commitment issue that requires unwavering corporate dedication. It’s critical that companies define what “Fully Engaged” means when it comes to male business leaders including and advancing women.

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ICEDR Research on Millennial Women

By: Lauren Noel and Christie Hunter Arscott
The talent landscape is rapidly changing. Two talent populations are accounting for increased percentages of today’s graduates and workforce. Two talent populations are capturing both popular media and research attention: Women and Millennials. To remain competitive in today’s marketplace, executives are increasingly focusing on cracking the code of how to attract, develop, and retain women who are 5 to 10 years out of university. How can organizations better enable talented, millennial women to thrive? This ICEDR research project seeks to understand how organizations can become talent magnets for millennial women. Watch the video and learn more!

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