Betsy Myers, founding director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business, discusses the importance of positive self-talk and confidence.
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TOPIC: Women and Business
CEO of InkHouse Beth Monaghan identifies President Gloria Larson as an important mentor in her professional life.
Management Professor Susan Adams comments on the major decline in the number of companies on the Boston Club's "zero-zero list."
On November 17, the Center for Women in Business at Bentley University and 2020 Women on Boards hosted a panel of senior executives to discuss the progression of women as corporate leaders.
The Center for Women and Business' Dresses to Dreams organization is featured on the local cable segment, Yolanda's Style and Glamour.
The CWB's Dresses to Dreams (D2D) student-run program is featured on Waltham's local cable channel WCAC.
Bentley is highlighted at number 44 on 2016 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts list.
Professor of Management Susan Adams discusses how and why gender inequalities still exist in the United States.
Gender inequalities remain in boardrooms throughout the corporate world, despite increasing evidence that diversity on corporate boards is good for business, and despite the fact that women account for over 85% of consumer expenditures and trillions of dollars in spending annually worldwide.