Pivotal Points: Supporting Women in Leadership at Every Stage of their Careers

A group of women leaders at a conference table.

Women have made significant leadership strides in the workplace, but progress has stalled. According to McKinsey, for every 100 men promoted to manager, only 79 women are promoted to manager even though for decades women have earned more bachelor degrees than men.

With organizations still struggling to provide the programs and cultural supports women need to advance their careers, new strategies and approaches are needed.

Join us June 6 at 2:00 p.m. ET as we take an in-depth look at the pivotal points in the careers of working women. We will discuss how organizations can better approach this business imperative by:

  • Identifying the obstacles, challenges, and roadblocks working women face at each stage of their career
  • Incorporating support strategies for attracting, developing, and retaining women leaders
  • Sharing examples of how today’s top organizations for working women are succeeding in solving these challenges

About the Speakers

Michelle Kang - Bright Horizons

Michelle Kang is vice president of Strategic Initiatives and Operational Strategy at Bright Horizons Family Solutions. She works closely with senior and executive human resource leaders to provide insight, leadership, and program strategy for well-being, employee engagement, and retention programs to support the business missions of employers.