Toni G. Wolfman, executive-in-residence at Bentley's Center for Women in Business, highlights the importance of women looking out for each other. "Those of us who have made our way in the business world can make a big difference for all those who follow after us."
The Center for Women and Business hosted a Best Practices Forum on engaging men in the retention and advancement of women in the workplace. Attendees of the interactive program listened to business executives share their insight on the issues men face and approaches to solving these challenges.
Bentley University's Center for Women and Business is mentioned for their "Taking Charge" program, created to strengthen women in management by developing professional presence and leadership skills necessary for success.
Betsy Myers, founding director of the Center for Women & Business, is highlighted for her speaking role at the 2012 Women’s Leadership Conference and Celebration of Inspiring Women hosted by the Coastal Carolina University’s Women in Philanthropy and Leadership (WIPL).
Toni Wolfman, executive adviser at the Center for Women and Business, comments on the unfortunately slow progress of women rising to business leadership roles. Also picked up by Business Insider, Portland Press Herald, Traverse City Record-Eagle and more.
The Boston Globe interviews Betsy Myers, director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business, for her insight on why 50 to 70 percent of US workers are unengaged at work. Myers goes on to speak of leadership and the uphill trend in women on executive boards. Bentley President Gloria Larson is also quoted.