It has been a pleasure working with several Wall Street firms on their re-entry programs. From collaborating with the program sponsors to coaching cohorts of participants, I have been so impressed with how these programs are a huge win-win for all parties. This piece in the GlassHammer explains how […]
Here is a great background article on several programs and profile of participants: [PDF] Helping Women Get Back in the Game – NYTimes.com [Link] to Article on NYTimes.com Photo Credit: Fred R. Conrad / The New York Times.
” The 53-Year-Old Intern: How to Get Back in the Workforce” includes a video of Sue Dodick (center of group photo) describing her experience in JP Morgan’s ReEntry Program. It was a pleasure working with staff in Learning & Development to help shape this program while in development. Once the cohort arrived in October 2013, I facilitated 4 executive […]
“Chipping Away at the Glass Ceiling in Private Equity” is a great look at how more women are moving into a space that historically has been extremely male-dominated. As the number of women increases, firms are looking for ways to provide professional development designed specifically to this important population. And the women in these firms are looking […]
This piece “Want a Promotion? Make Friends at Work” really highlights the importance of social bonds that get created at work. The author covered the topic nicely with lots of good research. I was happy to provide a specific perspective on women in male-dominated environments. [Link] to the Article on Fortune [PDF] Want a Promotion? […]
“Moms Get Back to Business on Wall Street” describes several programs I contributed to at Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley. It was an honor to work with staff at the banks in designing the coaching piece of their programs, and then with the participants once they came onboard. As the piece states, […]
It is no surprise that women who have taken a multi-year career break encounter obstacles upon their return. In order to lower the barriers to re-entry, many large banks recently launched structured, paid internship programs to attract this talent pool and create a fast track to potential full-time roles. I have enjoyed working with JP […]
Flexibility, People and Culture. According to a study recently published by three female Harvard MBA second years, these are the three main enablers of success for working mothers. I was thrilled to be interviewed for this study, “Creating an Environment to Thrive; How Companies Support Executive Working Mothers” because what the authors were examining is […]