• welcome to the new women powering business site

  • it's okay not to be the boss...

  • workforce360

    stay up-to-date with workplace trends

Gender Leadership Styles: Is It Really Man vs. Woman?

Effective leaders frequently exude an identifiable style.

Read More

“I’m not bossy. I’m the boss.”

Could banning one word today really affect the leadership of tomorrow?

According to Facebook chief operating officer and author of best-selling book “Lean In,” Sheryl Sandberg, the answer is yes.

Read More

Sponsors vs. Mentors: What’s the Difference?

For women looking to open the c-suite door, sponsors may hold the key.

Read More

How Can Companies Pave The Way For More Women CEOs?

2014 started off as a great year for women in leadership, with the January announcement that Mary Barra was tapped as the new CEO for General Motors, making her the auto industry's first female chief executive officer.

To discuss this groundbreaking development, Randstad's own Chief Marketing Officer Kristin Kelley recently appeared on Boston's New England Cable News (NECN) to discuss Barra's appointment and other ways companies can help women leaders advance to top levels in the workplace.

Read More

Four T.I.P.S. To Becoming a Successful Woman

Want to know the secrets behind some of today’s most successful women? The Huffington Post recently uncovered 8 Success Secrets From Female Leaders and found these surprising answers:

  • Oprah Winfrey – Meditation
  • Xerox CEO Ursula Burns – A supportive husband
  • Arianna Huffington – Failure
  • Cosmopolitan Editor-In-Chief Joanna Coles – Restful Weekends

To add to this list, Randstad is providing four more success secrets from some of today’s female superstars. Keep these useful “T.I.P.S.” in mind as you navigate the workplace!

Read More