How to Build on the Momentum of the Women’s March

In my last post, I challenged readers to make 2017 the Year of the Woman. Last weekend’s Women’s March on Washington—and hundreds of Sister Marches around the world—show that we’re starting off the year in exactly that direction. The marches collectively brought millions of women together in solidarity and empowerment. The mission of the Women’s […]

EVENT: Jan. 28th | Rebecca Keynote Speaker at 2017 Forté Foundation MBALaunch

Rebecca to speak at the 2017 Forté Foundation MBALaunch on Personal Brand – Knowing and Capitalizing On Your Personal Brand Rebecca will share her companies research and real case studies on Managing Your Personal Brand. When this strategy is put into play you will gain traction in professional growth opportunities, upward mobility, and greater visibility from senior leadership. You […]

Make 2017 the Year of the Woman

Happy New Year to all. As we prepare to move beyond and build on the learnings of the previous year, one thing is clear: 2017 is poised to be a year of great change—and in many ways disruptive change—for our organizations, our communities, and our society. In keeping with this observation, I have noticed a […]

Girls in Tech: What Glass Ceiling? The Real Problem Is Your Sticky Floor.

Girls in Tech — Rebecca Shambaugh is president and CEO of Shambaugh Leadership Institute, an organization she founded 20 years ago. She’s known worldwide for her expertise in coaching companies of all sizes to develop an inclusive and diverse culture. She’s especially interested in women’s leadership and programs dedicated to advancing women in leadership positions, gender studies […]

Leveraging Different Thinking Styles to Develop Tomorrow’s Leaders

In my last post, I shared some of the latest thinking that suggests inclusion is the new diversity. In addition to those ideas on what today’s leaders and organizations can do to build a more inclusive culture and develop a truly diverse group of future leaders, consider these four strategies: Tune in to Millennials—and Xers […]