Do Women Make Better Bosses?

The New York Times
By THE EDITORS
Published: August 2, 2009

What does research show about the differences between women and men as managers?  Reaction and debate among readers to a short interview published inside The Times’s business section a week ago Sunday with Carol Smith, Senior Vice President and Chief Brand Officer for the Elle Group.  More

No Doubts: Women Are Better Managers

The New York Times
CORNER OFFICE | CAROL SMITH
Published: July 25, 2009

This interview with Carol Smith, senior vice president and chief brand officer for the Elle Group, the media company, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant. More

What Not To Wear To Work

Forbes
Style
By Laura Sinberg
Published: July 22, 2009

The way you dress affects how others view you. It's nothing personal, just business.  More

Interpublic’s Women’s Leadership Network Hosts Renowned Author and Speaker Sally Hogshead

Interpublic’s Women’s Leadership Network hosted noted Author and Speaker Sally Hogshead. Standing l-r: Melissa Acosta, IPG; Ranny Cooper, Weber Shandwick; Kimberlyn Dennis Smith, McCann; Marcia Wood, IPG; Donna Wiederkehr, Lowe; Sheri Baron, Gotham Inc.; Andrea Giantelli, IPG. Sitting l-r: Eileen Mullarkey, IPG; Sally Hogshead; Jemma Gould, IPG.
Interpublic’s Women’s Leadership Network hosted noted Author and Speaker Sally Hogshead. Standing l-r: Melissa Acosta, IPG; Ranny Cooper, Weber Shandwick; Kimberlyn Dennis Smith, McCann; Marcia Wood, IPG; Donna Wiederkehr, Lowe; Sheri Baron, Gotham Inc.; Andrea Giantelli, IPG. Sitting l-r: Eileen Mullarkey, IPG; Sally Hogshead; Jemma Gould, IPG

Radical Career Ideas for Radical Times: How to Survive and Thrive in a Down Economy

On June 5, 2009, live from New York and webcast in nearly 20 cities across the U.S. and abroad, the WLN hosted its fourth national event. Noted author, speaker and creative director, Sally Hogshead, presented on the topic, Radical Career Ideas for Radical Times. Drawing from research as well as personal experience, Hogshead shared her seven "must have principles," the rules she’s devised to make oneself indispensible in the workplace.

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Interpublic’s Women’s Leadership Network Hosts Renowned Author and Speaker Sally Hogshead

Date: July 9, 2009

Interpublic Group’s (NYSE: IPG) Women’s Leadership Network(WLN) hosted renowned author and speaker Sally Hogshead on Friday, June 5th, 2009.  This was the latest in the WLN’s series of internationally simulcast events that feature nationally acclaimed speakers.  Hogshead’s presentation, “Radical Career Ideas for Radical Times: How to Survive and Thrive in a Down Economy,” is designed to help women find paths to success in these challenging times.

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Advertising Age Women to Watch 2009

Advertising Age
Published: June 1, 2009

For each of the past 13 years, Ad Age has published a special report on the women in advertising, marketing and media whose accomplishments and potential have made them standouts. The honorees are recognized for having played significant roles in defining the future of their fields.

Two women from IPG were recognized this year: Gail Heimann, Vice Chair, Weber Shandwick and Jacki Kelley, President-North America, UM.  More

9 Guidelines For Marketing To Women In This Recession

MediaPost
By Gigi Carroll, Senior Vice President, Creative Director at Draftfcb
Published: May 26, 2009

Almost everywhere you look now you'll find arguments, analyses, and advice for marketers on how to market in today's economic abyss.  More

Getting In the Game

Adweek
By Josh Lovison, Game Practice Lead for IPG Emerging Media Lab
Published: May 25, 2009

Marketers can reach a wide range of key demos with early forays into casual gaming

Gaming has exploded in the past three years, largely due to the influx of a new audience: adult women. And in general, gaming has become a majority activity-according to a recent Pew Internet survey, more than 51 percent of U.S. adults play games.  More

CAF Names Draftfcb's Karen Sauder 2009 Advertising Woman of the Year

The American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA)
Published: May 21, 2009

The Chicago Advertising Federation (CAF) has named Karen Sauder the 2009 Advertising Woman of the Year. As Managing Director of Draftfcb Chicago, Sauder is an integral part of the management team that leads the single largest concentration of ad talent in Chicago and the Midwest, and has helped to create unprecedented momentum for the agency that was formed in 2006 following the merger of Draft and Foote Cone & Belding.  More

Backlash: Women Bullying Women at Work

The New York Times
BUSINESS
By MICKEY MEECE
Published: May 10, 2009

It’s a taboo topic in the workplace sisterhood: Women who bully usually pick on other women.  More