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40% of Ellevate Members believe the Stanford rape case won't have a long term impact.

While small groups of members believe the case and subsequent public reaction will lead to a push for stronger sentencing, less victim blaming, or more community intervention...

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This is the reason professional women network

97% of Ellevate Members attend networking events. Why? They're looking to meet like-minded people and learn something new.

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Creativity is Essential to Ellevate Members' Career Success

​A majority of our Ellevate members agree that creativity is a huge factor in their careers. 83% of those surveyed say it helps them ​"think different...

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Do you apologize at work? Most Ellevate members agree saying "sorry" can undermine your message.

Women are often advised to stop apologizing at work under the guise that it undermines credibility....

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98% of Ellevate members have worked in toxic work environments.

Of 231 women surveyed, only four responded that they've avoided toxic jobs, either by luck or choice....

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Ellevate Impact Survey: Results from Women Employees

Results from Ellevate's 2016 Impact Survey find that 66% of Ellevate members got a raise in 2015, up 3pp from last year.​...

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Ellevate Impact Survey: Business Owners

Ellevate entrepreneurs are building businesses and closing the funding gap.

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Ellevate Impact Survey: Thought Leadership

43% of Ellevate members were published or quoted as thought leaders in 2015 (versus 32% in 2014).

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Ellevate Impact Survey: Board Leadership

​​30.36% of Ellevate members sit on a corporate or nonprofit board of directors.

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Ellevate Impact Survey: Diversity and Inclusion

When it comes to how their companies manage diversity, women in the Ellevate community are, for the most part (47%), “somewhat satisfied.”...

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What's the most important element in developing your personal brand?

40% of Ellevate members believe framing yourself as a thought leader is the most important thing to develop your personal brand.

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What do you need to become a thought leader?

39% of members agree that being authentic is the most important thing you need to become a thought leader.