Interaction Associates Announces Online Survey Designed To Uncover the Challenges to Advancing Businesswomen into Top Leadership

Boston, MA – March 2, 2015. The global performance improvement and collaborative leadership firm, Interaction Associates (IA), has launched an online survey for feedback into gender issues on the job and workplace conditions that affect the advancement of women leaders.

IA’s research on women in the workplace — and, specifically, the challenges to women attaining top leadership positions — is designed to inform the firm’s ongoing work helping organizations address existing gender bias and developing strategies to advance women leaders.

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“The lack of representation of women in to leadership is an ongoing issue in many organizations,” said Deborah Rocco, Senior Consultant and Women in Leadership Practice Leader. “It’s not that companies aren’t aware, because they are. What they lack are successful strategies to address the problem. And it is definitely a problem: in fact, recent research shows that one of the most certain ways to assure a high-performing team is to make sure it includes at least one woman,” she added.

The survey takes less than five minutes to complete, and responses can be completely anonymous. At the end of the survey, participants may leave their email addresses to receive a white paper analysis of the survey results. Participants may only take the survey once, and are invited to share the link with colleagues and on social media sites.

The survey will remain open through March 20, 2015.

About Interaction Associates
Interaction Associates is a 45-year-old innovator that works with global companies to develop collaborative leaders for stronger business results. IA’s methods are grounded in practical, award-winning content focused on the strategic power of collaboration, and using the latest in next-generation online learning to drive greater involvement, faster adoption, and more measurable results. IA has been named to Training Industry’s prestigious “Top 20 Leadership Training Companies” list four years in a row. More at