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March is Women's History Month and we're celebrating with a round-up of some of our Mobilize Women speakers who have made history.
Ellevate's signature Mobilize Women Summit is coming back for a fourth year! Join the movement. Are you in?
Ellevate’s Driving Equality in the Workplace series shares key findings on how to create sustainable and effective diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives within companies.
White men hold 68 percent of C-suite positions, compared with 19 percent for white women and 9 percent for men of color, according to the Women in the Workplace 2018 report by LeanIn.Org.
It’s not often that we are inspired to create change because change isn’t easy. Many important issues were explored in the recent Mobilize Women, Ellevate Network Summit.
I had the honor of attending the Ellevate Mobilize Women’s Summit in NYC. Imagine a room filled with 600 women from all walks of life – coming together to be inspired, to motivate each other ...
Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest (and chair of the Ellevate Network), ended the day with her closing keynote speech, and here's what she had to say.
When I schedule an initial conversation with a candidate, I’m always excited. Many times, though, it’s the questions they ask me during the interview that really show their potential.
On a typical Tuesday morning at Ellevate, the whole team is present. Whether they’re in the office, though, is a different story. But how do you get to that point with your team?
At Ellevate, we’re excited to pilot a partnership with Negotiable, an online training course that can help you get a win - no matter what conversation you’re in.
Last year, we launched a new way for Ellevate members to build meaningful relationships with like-minded women: Ellevate Squads. What's changing in 2018?