CFO Magazine, 1/5/2017
Why Is There Still Gender Pay Disparity? 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.
The Corporate Board, Nov/Dec 2106
Janice Ellig: Making Board Gender Diversity Happen
What it really takes for women to take on Wall Street. Women can succeed working in male-dominated industries, Janice Reals Ellig explains, by navigating five paths — simultaneously.
Nasdaq Talks to Janice Ellig on the primary barriers for women executives trying to break into the boardroom. "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.'"
NYU School of Professional Studies, 5/6/2016
Getting to know Stacy Lauren Musi, Vice Chair, NYUSPS Alumni Board. Stacy Lauren Musi discusses education, her success in matching candidates with the right job opportunities, her personal mission statement and … even a big secret!
Proof Networking Is Actually Worth Your Time. "Beyond who you know, the critical factor is who knows you." Janice Ellig Co-CEO, Chadick Ellig, Inc. shares the most important lesson she's learned in her career - Networking.
Huffington Post: International Women’s Day Call to Action – It’s Time for Parity, 3/07/16
How can we achieve Gender Parity by 2025? Progress is being made, but in the U.S., parity for any group is still far off. Janice Ellig states, “Gender parity by 2025 must be the objective of all U.S. Congressional leaders, CEOs/Board Chairs in the corporate world and all other sectors.”
Huffington Post, 12/5/2015
To Achieve Gender Parity on Corporate Boards: CEO Warriors Needed
Time: 4 Ways to Get Women on Boards 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 Ellig discusses how executives must address gender disparity in the boardroom.
Huffington Post, 8/18/2015
CEO Sponsorship Unlocks Boardroom Doors: A Key to Gender Parity
Huffington Post, 7/28/2015
How Women Dispel Groupthink. Groupthink on boards is more dangerous than you know. Women at the top is a bottom line, strategic business imperative, not just a nice thing to do.
Huffington Post, 7/14/2015
The Case for “Breaking Into Boardrooms:” A Call for Gender Parity on S&P 500 Boards by 2025. More women on boards is not the nice thing to do - it is the right thing to do. Groupthink does not lead to good decision making and gender diversity on boards is highly correlated with stronger company financial performance. Janice Ellig states, “given the need to refresh boards and competitive landscape globally, and with female talent and rich pipeline available but untapped, we can’t afford to ignore half our population.”
Directors & Boards, Q1 2015
Gender Balance on Boards - Boards that ignore or delay this issue will be at a global competitive disadvantage. Janice Ellig and Ilene Lang provide Five Steps to Achieve Success
Using social media to advance your career - and your company. Stacy Lauren Musi urges all executives to "have a current and descriptive LinkedIn Profile, one that clearly articulates their personal brand and highlights their areas of greatest expertise."
Financial Women's Association (FWA) 6/5/14
Presenting Yourself: Board and C-Level Resume and Biography Building. Stacy Lauren Musi leads a brief seesion to provide helpful guidelines and tips that focus on persuasively presenting qualifications for C-Suite and Corporate Boards. FWA Member Only Event.
IIC Partners Announces New Board Appointments, 11/20/13
IIC Partners elects Susan Chadick to their Board of Directors to help bring strategic thinking, innovative ideas and valuable experience to the organization.
News Release 2/28/2013
YMCA of the USA elects Janice Ellig to their board of directors.
News Release 9/14/2012
Women’s Forum of New York symposium highlights why good governance needs great women.
News Release 2/24/2012
National Council for Research on Women recognizes Janice Ellig for her contribution in advancing women's issues, promoting women's leadership and changing the way the world views women.
Careers on msnbc.com, 6/20/2011
Getting women to the top is still an uphill battle. The top echelons of most U.S. companies remain very white and very male
Business Insider, 5/31/2011
Change At The Top Can Shatter Employee Morale
An Opportunity For Urban Outfitters To Join The Ranks Of The Enlightened. The case for why Urban Outfitters should seize the day and add women and minorities to its board of directors
How To Add More Women To Corporate Boards. 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?
Talent Management, Feb 2011
Recruitment & Retention
Hiring and Managing the Overqualified
Talent Management, Nov 2010
Recruitment & Retention
Hiring Talent With Nontraditional Backgrounds
CBS News 10/22/2009
Will new executive pay rules cause a
NACD Directorship, 10/13/2010
Put Some Teeth in Those Rules. 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
The Glass Hammer 9/29/2010
5 Ways to Engage Men in Gender Diversity Initiatives
NACD Directorship, 9/23/2010
It Is About Time. 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
News Release 8/19/2010
Chadick Ellig Joins IIC Partners, Executive Search Worldwide
CFOZone.com - The Network of Corporate Finance 7/20/2010
Why succession planning is critical
Women, Business, and the 21st Century: A Good Match?
GSEA Magazine 2009
2009 Global Student Entrepreneur Awards
Interview with Janice Ellig
Directors & Boards, Q4 2008
Getting from a Good to a Great Board. You Can do it Through Gender Diversity.
Business Week 4/22/2008
World's Most Influential Headhunters
Business Week 12/3/2007
Time Out Well Spent. A playbook for getting the most out of your break between jobs
HR Management, 2007
Ask the Expert Executive Interview
Investment News, 1/29/2007
With rollovers at stake, firms embrace diversity. But skeptics doubt success of program
The AESC Chats With Chadick Ellig Co-CEOs 1/25/2007
AESC’s SearchWire, posted in Search Industry News
What more can be done to move the needle for women? Janice Ellig discusses on CCTV America, The Global Gender Gap Report 2016.
On average women are promoted and hired at lower rates than men, the result, fewer women are becoming senior leaders. Janice Ellig explains on CCTV America why this still happens and how the cycle can be broken.
Janice 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? Studies show that if you have more women in the c-suite and boardroom you have higher performance.”
Bloomberg.com: Do Women in the Boardroom Help Bottom Lines?
Watch Janice Ellig discuss the importance of diversity in the boardroom at The Women’s Forum of New York’s symposium “Why Good Governance Needs Great Women,” held at Bloomberg on 9/13/12. "It’s just good business for US Boardrooms to reflect the importance of women as key stakeholders. Women influence more than 85 percent of all purchases, are a majority of the US population and are increasingly important as employees and investors, yet hold less than 16.1 percent of Fortune 500 board seats."
Women’s Forum of New York Corporate Board Initiative
The Women’s Forum of New York started the Women’s Corporate Board Initiative to raise the profile of women in the corporate world to put more women on Boards. In 2011, they launched the Breakfast of Corporate Champions to honor those companies who had at least 20% women on their boards. Having women at the highest level is a strategic business imperative. More women in the C-Suite, more women in the Boardroom creates better company performance.
Women’s eNews Honors 21 Leaders Who Shape History Chadick Ellig’s commitment to diversity & inclusion hasn’t waivered. In 2015 61% of our placements resulted in women and diverse hires. Women’s eNews honors 21 leaders who shape history and, while filmed in 2007, Janice Ellig’s message continues to resonate.
VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network
Head over Heels Radio show features Janice Ellig, expert on corporate board diversity. Listen