Bentley's preparedness survey is cited for data that addresses the challenging disconnect between business decision makers and millennials.
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Adjunct Management Lecturer Rita B Allen offers advice on how to use optimism in order to enhance your professional and personal life.
Data from a Bentley preparedness study provides information about millennials in the workplace and how businesses may need to change in order to adapt to this growing demographic.
Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers offers her thoughts on the detrimental the gap between women in management positions and women in top leadership, and that companies must show employees who are considering a hiatus how much they are valued in order to retain top women talent.
Neil Wollman, Senior Fellow for the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, offer tips for younger men and women to advance in their careers.
Bentley and its Center for Women and Business is highlighted for helping the Commonwealth of Mass. develop a women's leadership fellowship.
Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers comments on why it's important for government to support women in the workplace with initiatives such as the women's leadership fellowship announced by Mass. Governor Deval Patrick on March 12. Bentley is a strategic partner of the fellowship and in addition to hosting the announcement event, will be helping to develop educational leadership programming for fellows.
Bentley and its Center for Women and Business partner with Governor Patrick on a new initiative to promote and advance the careers of women. The effort includes a fellowship program placing women in year-long executive branch positions.
Bentley and its Center for Women in Business are highlighted for partnering with the state of Massachusetts to develop of women's leadership fellowship that will help advance women in the workplace.
Bentley and its Center For Women and Business (CWB) are highlighted for partnering with Governor Deval Patrick to launch new fellowship program that will place women in key positions in state government. The fellows will also participate in leadership development and networking programs being developed by the CWB.