Anytime women come together with a collective intention, it’s a powerful thing.” — PhylliciaRashad
Encouraging women to find and be great mentors is smart business. When women help each other, rather than hurting one another, a strong foundation underlies the organization.
Women are strongly positioned as the driving impetus behind U.S. labor force growth—projected to account for 51 percent of the increase in total growth through 2018, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. What will happen if there aren’t enough female role models and mentors to go around? It’s time to focus on bench strength and invest intentionally and creatively in other women.
- Learn to capitalize on relationships with other women in your organization
- Identify other female stakeholders and hidden supporters
- Takeaway strategies for collaboration with other women
- Mark your commitment to mentor at least one other woman in a focused way