Understanding Leadership Barriers

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Giselle Mota, Archana Gilravi Patricia A. Lee, and Sree Ratnasinghe

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The succession planning pipeline has some missing links — specifically those connecting women and other underrepresented groups to leadership positions. According to a recent Deloitte study, fewer than 25 percent of women plan to stay with their employer for more than two years. Why do women see themselves leaving the organization? What’s causing this massive consideration to leave? And what is different for the smaller groups deciding to stay? Once we know the causes, we can create solutions. These may include: • Pay equity and transparency • Offering expanded women’s health benefits and lifecycle leaves of absence • Quelling gender-focused microaggressions • Using inclusive and accessible technology to help drive inclusion practices and leadership ascension across the board • And more Join us for this fascinating conversation with moderator Giselle Mota, Chief of Product Inclusion, ADP; Archana Gilravi, Senior Vice President, Strategy, Programs and Partnerships, Sheryl Sandberg and Dave Goldberg Family Foundation; Patricia A. Lee, President/Founder, P.A.L. Coaching and Consulting LLC and Sree Ratnasinghe, Director, Customer Solutions, North America, Amazon Web Services.
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