How to Make Fast Progress in Advancing Women Leaders Interaction Associates Releases New eBook Detailing Practical Methods to Bridge the Gender Gap in the Workplace

Boston, December 9, 2015. Interaction Associates (IA) has released its latest eBook – Advancing Women Leaders: Steps for Breakthrough Results – which features simple, practical methods to bridge the gender gap and empower women in leadership roles.

Advancing Women Leaders draws on IA’s recent poll on gender bias in the workplace and the firm’s expertise in workplace collaboration to drive business results. This 20-page eBook may be downloaded free.

Interaction Associates is the 45-year global leader of methods that build conscious collaboration and empower leaders and teams to drive employee engagement, build momentum, and manage change.

“Our data points to a a gulf in how men and women see gender bias and few organizations actively address the issue. What’s more, both men and women are uncomfortable talking about it with their leaders or each other,” said Deborah Rocco, Senior Consultant and Women in Leadership Practice Lead at Interaction Associates. “Advancing Women Leaders builds on our research insights to detail specific steps that will allow organizations to develop and advance women leaders while having the difficult conversations required to drive change,” she added.

Advancing Women Leaders offers a three-step plan outlining specific methods organizations can apply to begin to close the gender gap – including Assessing the Big Picture, Meeting the Organization Where it Is, Asking the Right Questions, and Staying the Course. The ebook is complimentary and may be downloaded at this link.

Interaction Associates (IA) is the 45-year leading global innovator of methods and practices that help people — including leaders, teams, and change agents — to collaborate consciously to achieve superior business results. With offices in Boston and San Francisco, Interaction Associates delivers Return on Involvement(TM) to hundreds of organizations and tens of thousands of individuals each year.
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