Ellis-Sangster discusses leadership, women's enrollment in b-school

02/22/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Several factors -- including a lack of role models and inadequate planning -- are preventing women from achieving gender parity at top business schools, says Forté Foundation Executive Director Elissa Ellis-Sangster. In this interview, Ellis-Sangster also discusses her leadership style and the business climate facing professional women. Women "have amazing skills and abilities that drive strong, balanced decision-making, but in many places 'their way' is not being recognized as the 'right' way," she notes.

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