09 November, 2016 | (01 hr)
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More than 50 years after the beginning of the women’s movement and 40 years after passage of Title IX, women are still not “making it” in traditionally male careers. If a woman is in a traditionally male-dominated career—virtually all high-status, highly compensated fields—her career is at risk due to pervasive gender stereotypes.
Join authors Andrea Kramer and Alton Harris as they present unique, practical, and effective advice on how women can at last break through gender bias in the workplace and win at the career advancement game.
Who should attend: Human capital practitioners involved in women's leadership development and diversity as well as women who wish to overcome bias to advance in their careers
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Alton B. Harris
Alton B. Harris was a founding partner of the law firm of Ungaretti & Harris, which is now part of Nixon Peabody LLP. At Ungaretti & Harris, Al served for many years as managing partner and then as a member of its Executive and Compensation Committees.
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Andrea S. Kramer
Andrea S. Kramer is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP. Andie is a founding member of McDermott’s Diversity Committee and co-chair of its Gender Diversity Subcommittee. She previously served on its Management Committee and Compensation Committee.
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Mary B. Young, D.B.A.
Dr. Mary Young leads The Conference Board’s program of research on human capital analytics, big data for human resources, and strategic workforce planning. Trained in organizational behavior and organizational development, Young has studied the “datafication” of HR in hundreds o...Full Bio