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Is Consumer Durables a Good Career Path?

What are consumer durables? Consumer durables are end products purchased by consumers. Durable means they are intended to be used and re-used repeatedly over long

Is Energy a Good Career Path?

With the demand for renewable energy increasing, the number of opportunities in the energy field is continuing to grow. So is energy a good career

Is Capital Goods a Good Career Path? A Comprehensive Analysis

What are capital goods? Capital goods, also known as the means of production, are tangible assets that are used in the production or manufacture of

Boardroom Diversity Without Marginalizing Anyone

By Janice Ellig, CEO, Ellig Group C-suite and boardroom diversity in 2022 America While women have come a long way, we still have far to

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Ellig Group Webinar Series - Board Ready? New Opportunities for a New Reality

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Ellig Group Webinar Series - Board Lessons In A Shifting Paradigm

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The Voice of Your Culture Through Artificial Intelligence

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What Are The Gaps Women Face In Corporate America?

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What Is Gender Parity In The Boardroom By 2025?

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Why Is Progress So Slow?

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Conversations with Janice Ellig: Heidi Steiger – How to Get on Your First Board

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Conversations with Janice Ellig: Tracy McKibben – How to Get on Your First Board

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Conversations with Janice Ellig: Eugenia Ulasewicz – How to Get on Your First Board

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Bloomberg TV - Janice Reals Ellig discusses the Breakfast of Corporate Champions

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Janice Reals Ellig interview with CNBC Power Lunch - Gender diverse boardrooms and C-suite May 23 2018

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Cheddar TV interview with Janice Reals Ellig – CEO Ellig Group:

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“The Fearless Girl” – Janice Reals Ellig, CEO Ellig Group

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Closing Bell at Cheddar: Gender equality in corporate America

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Why it is crucial to stay relevant - Janice Reals Ellig - CEO Ellig Group

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Women on Boards - Janice Reals Ellig - CEO Ellig Group

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The Value of Networking - Janice Reals Ellig - CEO Ellig Group

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The importance of a personal brand - Janice Reals Ellig - CEO Ellig Group

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We need a new breed of leaders - Janice Reals Ellig - CEO Ellig Group

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Janice Reals Ellig at the Breakfast of Corporate Champions November 14, 2017

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Watch Janice Reals Ellig on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” November 14, 2017

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Boardroom diversity should include ‘four and more’ on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” July 25, 2017

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Say it–Target It–Measure It. Janice Reals Ellig speaks to CCTV America

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MEDIA

Adding Women to Corporate Boards Is a Smart Business Decision — And Retail Companies Are Taking Note

As more women across the industry ascend to C-suite roles, there’s also notable movement in another key area of the business: corporate boards. According to a recent report from Women Business Collaborative, 2021 was a “watershed year.” Women held 27% of all board seats, up from 24% in 2020. This marked the largest year-over-year increase for the Russell 3000, which includes the 3,000 largest public companies in the U.S. Please visit the full Footwear News article HERE

Women’s Forum Recognizing Companies Striving to Attain Gender Parity on Corporate Boards

The Breakfast of Corporate Champions Event will honor 243 companies that have achieved 35 percent or more female board representation.

Please visit the full WWD article which includes Janice Ellig HERE

Success has many Mothers-Here are the women who paved the way for nasdaq’s bold effort to put more women on boards” Written by Davia Temin

“On August 6th 2021, in an historic and somewhat surprising move, the SEC approved Nasdaq’s revolutionary rule to require its 3,000 listed companies to have either one or two women on their board of directors (depending upon board size), as well as one person from a racial minority or who identifies as LGBTQ+ — or publicly explain why not…” Please visit the full 2021 FORBES article HERE  

As Seen in Los Angeles Business Journal!

We are so proud to be featured in the LA Business Journal featuring our recent call to action – “Nine Actionable Solutions to Reimagining Board Diversity.” To download the publication, outlining the nine steps to further diversify their boards of directors click HERE

Ellig Group – Reimagining Corporate America

We are so proud to have our CEO and company featured in Forbes & Entrepreneur Media – “Rebuilding America – New York City” addition. A privilege to be discussing our dedicated focus to diversifying corporate America!

Forbes & Entrepreneur Media – Rebuilding America

2020 AESC Award of Excellence is presented to Janice Ellig, CEO of Ellig Group!

Podcasts

Listen to the latest from the Ellig Group team.

Episode 43: Priscilla Sims Brown

Episode 42: Julie Sweet

Leading She Interviews Janice Ellig

Episode 41: Maurice Jones

Episode 40: Darren Rebelez

Episode 39: Lili Gil Valletta

BOOKS

Janice Ellig is the co-author of two highly regarded books:

What Every Successful Woman Knows

Acknowledged by Bloomberg Businessweek as “the best of its genre,” Janice’s first book offers 12 proven strategies for women who have set their sights on the executive suite. Derived, in part, from in-depth interviews with more than 200 successful senior corporate women, these strategies embody an array of critical dos and don’ts—from building a power base to avoiding becoming a generalist (multi-specialize instead)—and a range of key tactical behaviors, such as bonding with your boss, exuding authority, and seizing the significant and dumping the insignificant. Together these strategies constitute a coherent action plan for getting the power in an organization and wielding it effectively.

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Driving the Career Highway

As the leader of Ellig Group, Janice has decades of experience working with people who failed to see the signs of trouble in their careers – or to read them right. Here she distills the twenty most compelling problems and situations that can cause a person to detour, stall, get lost, or crash and burn on their career highway.

“For anyone whose career could use an overhaul – or even just a tune – up – Driving the Career Highway is a must-read. Loaded with fresh insights and practical, down-to-earth wisdom, it’s an indispensable guidebook for navigating the murky terrain of corporate success today.”

– Fortune Magazine’s expert career columnist Ms. Anne Fisher (“Ask Annie”), Career columnist, CNNmoney.com

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