EVENT: May 23rd | Rebecca Shambaugh to Keynote WEST Event

No one can publicly argue against gender equity and its compelling business case and yet real progress is painfully slow – how can we get organizations moving in the right direction now? Most recently, some prominent companies, such as GE, have made ambitious pledges to rapidly transform their workplaces to achieve gender equity in a few years. […]

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 […]

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 […]

EVENT: Oct. 27th | Rebecca featured Speaker at 2016 GWALS

Rebecca to speak at the 2016 Global Women’s Leadership Summit on Integrated Leadership – The Key to Inclusive and High Performance Organizations   Join Rebecca’s live webinar on October 27th at 4:00PM EST by registering here Corporate boardrooms and leadership teams still don’t mirror our workplaces and customers. However, women are finally breaking through the glass ceiling, […]

The Fine Line Between a Collaborative Employee and One Who Doesn’t Get Enough Done

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW — Tony was baffled. His direct report, Susan, was enormously productive. Her team clearly loved working with her, and she was considered a high potential in the organization. Yet she always seemed pulled in a dozen directions rather than focused on the areas that Tony had indicated as strategic priorities. While he admired her attention to […]