Archived News and Events
Pay inequity between genders in the workplace has an effect on corporate performance. Janice Reals Ellig comments on the importance of communications and direct feedback to employees and its impact on performance.
Women can succeed working in male-dominated industries, Janice Reals Ellig explains, by navigating five paths — simultaneously.
“One of the keys to opening the boardroom door is being part of the CEO network and cultivating a strong reputation within it. Successful executives understand that a more critical factor than ‘who they know’ is ‘who knows them.’”
Proof networking Is actually worth your time. “Beyond who you know, the critical factor is who knows you.”
Janice Reals Reals Ellig Co-CEO, Chadick Ellig, Inc. shares the most important lesson she’s learned in her career – Networking.
Susan Chadick provides advice on what steps to take to be a candidate and how you can begin preparing now.
A Call to Action by Janice Reals Ellig and the Women’s Forum of New York!
Gender diversity on boards is highly correlated with stronger company financial performance. Boards with more balanced gender representation have an improved shareholder value, good corporate governance, better decision-making and a more positive corporate image. Janice Reals Ellig discusses how executives must address gender disparity in the boardroom.
Boards that ignore or delay this issue will be at a global competitive disadvantage. Janice Reals Ellig and Ilene Lang provide Five Steps to Achieve Success.
Chadick Ellig placed Sree at The Met as their first CDO. He describes “What is a CDO, how digital media can drive profits and the current/future state of the digital industry.”
Studies show that leadership qualities women bring to the table are in great demand, so why such a disparate proportion? Janice Reals Ellig provides tips on how women can enter the Boardroom.
New Global Survey Reveals Surprising Consistency Around the World
We can achieve the goal of parity on boards within 10 years, with quality appointments, commitment of the board and without quotas. Here is how to accomplish it.
How can we achieve diverse corporate boards – and how can we do so in a way where experience isn’t sacrificed for the sake of social equity?
Hiring and Managing the Overqualified.
What is the best response to critics of a CEO’s pay rise?
The new rules the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enacted in December 2009 do not go far enough to truly impact a section of the new regulations – Diversity and Board Recruitment Practices.
When you dig deeper and go behind the headlines, the real issue remains the same as it has been since women entered the workforce: in the C-Suite, the average compensation of all women is still below that of their male peers.
Better boards are the key to avoiding mistakes of the past.
Interview with Janice Ellig.
You Can do it Through Gender Diversity.
A playbook for getting the most out of your break between jobs.
Trying to fill a seat in the executive suite? In today’s competitive market you may have to look abroad.
Janice Reals Ellig attends the 2013 Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit, Washington, DC where Warren Buffett addresses the US economic recovery and asks, “How do we get more women in the boardroom?” Watch the entire video and hear his answer. Janice’s question is at 37:57
Bloomberg.com: Do women in the boardroom help bottom lines? Watch Janice Reals Ellig discuss the importance of diversity in the boardroom at The Women’s Forum of New York’s symposium.
Janice Reals Ellig is Founder of the Women’s Forum of New York Corporate Board Initiative and its signature event, Breakfast of Corporate Champions, a biennial event saluting companies leading the way to gender balance on corporation boards. Watch the video from the November 2015 event.