Leadership

Back home in India, Pooja Sankar studied engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, where she was one of only a handful of women in her class....

As a child growing up in Jersey City, New Jersey, Sandy Harris was surrounded by people of many different ethnicities. When her father would take her to visit his federal government workplace, what she remembers most strongly is how comfortable he seemed with people at...

As the vice president of global diversity and inclusion at Hilton Worldwide, Michael Ford is now helping to bring the power of education to the hotel giant’s workforce—and proving that companies function best when they cultivate their employees’—and even their suppliers’—potential....

It’s time for your annual review and compensation meeting. You take a deep breath, walk into your supervisor’s office, and an hour later come out with an excellent review—and a 3 percent pay raise. Your male colleague goes in next. He comes out with a...

In 1983, Michele Hoskins had hit rock bottom. She was going through a divorce, supporting her three young daughters as a makeup artist and living in her mother’s attic on the South Side of Chicago, near where she had grown up....

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