Seattle, WA, July 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Study after study shows correlation between the number of women in senior management positions and improved corporate performance, yet women hold less than five percent of CEO positions in U.S. Fortune 500 companies. To highlight this disconnect as well as explore the impact of women in corporate leadership roles, the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) is pleased to announce the launch of The SheSuite™.
In addition to tracking trends and next practices in diversity and inclusion, The SheSuite™ will publish a new in-depth interview with a C-level woman executive each month. These exclusive, candid discussions will spotlight CEOs, COOs, and CHROs alike, representing a wide range of industries, including healthcare, technology, finance, and government. The inaugural interview profiles Nina Ramsey, Chief Human Resources Officer at global employment/recruiting firm, Kelly Services, an i4cp member company. In her conversation with i4cp, Ramsey discusses her own career, the role of women in business, the challenges of attracting and retaining talent, and the reasons why women-led organizations are more profitable.
As a leading human capital research firm, i4cp discovers the people practices that drive high performance to improve revenue, profit, market share, and customer satisfaction. A critical component of performance—and one of five core domains in i4cp’s People-Profit Chain™ model—is leadership. Utilizing The SheSuite™ to understand the current state of women in leadership can help companies adapt to the evolving workforce and better position themselves for the future.
Visit The SheSuite™ online at i4cp.com/shesuite for interviews and insight from top women leaders and join the discussion at twitter.com/shesuite.
About the Institute for Corporate Productivity
i4cp is a human capital research firm that discovers the people practices that drive high performance. Ranked among the fastest-growing companies on the Inc. 500|5000 list for three consecutive years, i4cp provides its extensive member network of leading global employers and government institutions with the research, peer collaboration, tools, and data essential to developing and executing workforce strategies and practices that deliver higher market performance. To learn about i4cp and i4cp's People-Profit Chain™, an empirical model to increase organizational performance up to 3x, go to i4cp.com/ppc.