A study was recently conducted by the Center for Talent Innovation (CTI), to understand the reasons for the relatively poor retention rates of women among STEM companies. According to the business intelligence provided by the CTI, a little over half the women working in the STEM fields tend to quit their jobs. One of the areas that really differentiates the women who stay on and flourish is their ability to demonstrate confidence in themselves. Another is their ability to evoke credit for their ideas. This seems commonplace, but sadly, several women in STEM do not get their dues. To thrive, women really need to work on honing peer networks. They also need to demonstrate an ability in talent management and retention, as this will lead to proteges who will remain loyal and further boost up their positions. This also helps the women in STEM to further hone their brand within the firm. Whatever one does, an authentic presentation of image remains essential.


Uploaded Date:22 January 2018

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