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Why Having More Women in Leadership is Good for a Company’s Bottom Line

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Women in the Boardroom

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Women in the Boardroom's CEO, Sheila Ronning discusses the impact that corporate women have on a company's bottom line with Solange Charas, CEO of Charas Consulting. The women discuss various corporate leadership trends, advice for companies on hiring practices and advice for women looking for leadership positions.

Dr. Solange Charas is the CEO of Charas Consulting, and the Chief Human Capital Officer for Integral Board Group. She is on the board of a public company, 2 private for-profit organizations and The 30% Coalition, and an Adjunct Professor at NYU. She works with companies, both on the micro and macro level to generate economic value-creation.  Her work with executive management teams helps them become high-impact, supporting her research high-performing executive teams drive 20% higher profitability levels.  She also helps companies optimize the ROI of Human Capital, as research shows that small improvements in organizational effectiveness can significantly lift EBITDA. 

Sheila Ronning is the CEO and Founder of Women in the Boardroom (WIB), a leading national organization committed to advancing women in their careers and into the boardroom.

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