05 Oct Episode 84: Why are Women Stalling on their Way to the Top?
Despite the inroads women have made in the workforce over the past decades, the progress may not be as good as it looks particularly when it comes to the C-Suite. On this episode Monika Hamori, Associate Professor at the IE Business School in Madrid joins Linda Nazareth to take about a study she co-authored looking at 40 years of data on executives in the largest U.S. corporations and what it reveals about women’s progress – or lack thereof – and what companies can do to turn things around.
Associate Professor, IE Business School, Madrid
Monika Hamori received her Ph.D. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently an associate professor of Human Resource Management at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain, where she teaches talent management to MBA and Executive MBA classes. Her academic research focuses on diversity and inclusion, and on topics related to employee development and top executive careers. Her articles appeared in top academic journals such as Organization Science or the Journal of Applied Psychology, and in premiere practitioner outlets such as the Harvard Business Review and the MIT Sloan Management Review.