Tag: Women’s Leadership

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Bringing an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Diversity and Inclusion
Bringing an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Diversity and Inclusion » Katrina Fludd ’08, MS’10 is on a mission. Her charge? To disrupt the way organizations think about diversity and inclusion.
No Matter Which Side of the Relationship You’re On, Mentorship Matters
No Matter Which Side of the Relationship You’re On, Mentorship Matters » From CLTP to WIN Lab®, Diana Yuan ’15 has taken full advantage of the mentor opportunities at Babson. Here she shares her 360-degree view on the mentor-mentee relationship.
Determined to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution? Wish Route Is With You
Determined to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution? Wish Route Is With You » “With every bone of my body, I just know I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing.” Jessica Lynch ’13, M’14 MBA’17 is the founder of Wish Route, an accountability service that provides you with a fun and delightful path to your wellness ambition.
Launching a Career: 5 Ways Women Can Get Ahead at Work
Launching a Career: 5 Ways Women Can Get Ahead at Work » Looking to get ahead at work? Susan Duffy, executive director of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson College, will walk you through what you need to do to get to the next level.
FedEx Strengthens WIN Lab<sup>®</sup> Partnership to Support Emerging Women Leaders
FedEx Strengthens WIN Lab® Partnership to Support Emerging Women Leaders » FedEx Corp. has agreed to contribute an additional $500,000 to support Babson College’s Miami Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab® to assist and encourage emerging women CEOs looking to create economic and social impact.
15 Inspiring Stories for Women’s Entrepreneurship Day
15 Inspiring Stories for Women’s Entrepreneurship Day » Today we’re officially celebrating Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. But women entrepreneurs are celebrated every day at Babson.
Lessons Learned from Women Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries
Lessons Learned from Women Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries » One might expect that women entrepreneurs in higher-income countries would be more likely to start up a new business than those in lower-income countries, given both relative measures of societal gender equality and how easily women in each location can access resources. But new research tells us a different story.
Breaking Down Language Barriers with Entrada ESL
Breaking Down Language Barriers with Entrada ESL » Social entrepreneur Erin Janklow MBA’14, founder of Entrada ESL, is working with companies such as Rent the Runway, Vail Resorts, and the National Domestic Worker’s Alliance to teach English as a second language to labor workers.
How to Become a Resonant Leader
How to Become a Resonant Leader » Associate Professor Scott Taylor's research on resonant leaders explores how they develop connections with others and create a positive emotional tone within their teams and organizations.
For the Mayor of Parkland, Entrepreneurship Makes All the Difference
For the Mayor of Parkland, Entrepreneurship Makes All the Difference » If you ask Christine Hunschofsky MBA’96, mayor of Parkland, Florida, how she landed in the public sector, she’ll tell you she just kind of fell into it. But the entrepreneurial mindset she developed at Babson helped prepare her for the job.