Looking for a specific type of document? Go here. Hide - List by document type - Articles Booklets Client Research Results Client Stories on Video Client Successes Guidebooks Infographics Points of View Recorded Webinars Trend Research Webinar Series White Papers & Monographs filter by topic ┓ Latest Assessment Behavioral Interviewing Competency Management Employment Testing Global Leadership Health Care Hiring Identifying Potential Leadership Development Leadership Pipeline Manufacturing Performance Management Succession Management Talent Management ┏ filter by type Articles Blogs Research Success Stories Webinars [Share] Women as Mentors: Does She or Doesn’t She? A Global Study of Businesswomen and Mentoring Download the PDF In 2012, there were no more women in top leadership positions at Fortune 500 companies than in 2011. There are a few who successfully make it to the top of their field, but it is a long, hard climb. Among them are familiar names like Meg Whitman, Oprah Winfrey, Indra Nooyi, and Hillary Rodham Clinton. These are all very different women—from different backgrounds, with different education and careers spanning different industries. What they do have in common is the role that mentoring played in helping them along the way. Read the full study, Women as Mentors: Does She or Doesn’t She?, to learn how female mentoring relationships can balance the scales for women in leadership. Get the Global Leadership Forecast Gender Sub-report to learn which talent practices are linked to better gender representation in leadership.