Blog Profile / Jena McGregor


URL :http://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jena-mcgregor?clsrd
Filed Under:Career & Jobs / Management
Posts on Regator:750
Posts / Week:2.8
Archived Since:April 20, 2011

Blog Post Archive

The ‘single ingredient in leadership,’ according to legendary coach Pat Summitt

In a 2013 book co-written with Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins, the former Lady Vols coach shares a powerful definition of leadership

The startling leadership vacuum in post-Brexit Britain

It’s hard to keep calm and carry on when your leaders are doing anything but.

Why more media headlines are actually bad for women who are named CEO

New research finds a different response from investors when men and women named CEO get lots of media attention

What this British CEO thinks could help America get ‘more human’

Crowdpac CEO Steve Hilton says his new book could serve as a “manifesto” as he considers one day running for office himself

These eight major companies still have no women on the board

And the total percentage of board seats held by women at major companies barely budged, a new report shows.

How the ‘glass ceiling’ became such a powerful — and problematic — metaphor

‘Concrete ceilings.’ ‘Sticky floors.’ ‘Glass escalators.’ Why we need so many ways to describe the challenges for women in the workplace.

This year’s best-rated CEO by employees is someone you’ve probably never heard of

Two management consulting CEOs and an H.R. software company founder round out the top three in this year’s list from Glassdoor

Why we don’t see more CEOs endorse presidential candidates

As a cancelled fundraiser for Trump shows, it can be a delicate political dance between CEOs and candidates

Sheryl Sandberg says Peter Thiel will stay on Facebook’s board

The revelation that the venture capitalist helped fund a lawsuit against Gawker has raised questions about his role at Facebook, which wields increasing influence on the media world

The best commencement speeches you may have missed

Five great addresses for graduates that aren’t given by Sheryl Sandberg

Is your boss an egomaniac? Maybe he was born to it.

A researcher explains the link he found between wealthy backgrounds among military leaders and how self-absorbed they were

The problem with David Brooks’ argument about Hillary Clinton and workaholics

America has long mythologized the inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders who succeeded through being wholly preoccupied with their work

A powerful new right for big investors is up for a vote at ExxonMobil’s annual meeting

More than 30 percent of large companies -- a huge jump from just two years ago -- have adopted ‘proxy access’ rules that let large, long-term investors nominate candidates for the board

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