Dr. John Sullivan is an internationally known HR thought-leader from the Silicon Valley who specializes in providing bold and high business impact; strategic Talent Management solutions. In this podcast, he shares the top 13 most impactful ...Read more
The huge number of girls and women now in school represent enormous future talent pools that, if the status quo continues, will be missed. But there’s far too much potential female talent, energy and leadership ability out there to let it go untapped. Interestingly, the top isn’t where the problem exists—examples of women leading high-tech companies are everywhere we look these days. Clearly, the high-tech glass ceiling wasn’t able to hold these exceptional women back. But building on their legacies means identifying and giving more women who could be just like them the opportunity to walk through the glass doors that either have locked them out, or that they simply didn’t know how to find.
The shortage of STEM talent is impacting your business whether you realize it or not. Find out how you can stem the tide and address the skills shortage in the short-term and the long run.