A report outlines the noncognitive skills employers are looking for.
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news: French women win in the boardroom and Saudi Arabia's first ever Women's Day.
Julie Williamson, chief growth enabler with Karrikins Group, explores how to prevent millennials becoming bored at work.
Lindsay Pattison, global CEO of Maxus, explores what's needed to get more women in leadership roles and the C-suite.
3 steps towards making your company millennial-friendly.
Hillary Clinton says the future is female, but we've got a long way to go yet: only 62 countries have had women leaders in the past 50 years.
Exploring how to best manage millenials in the workplace.
The World Bank's LGBT advocates have worked hard to push forward fair diversity policies. Here's what they learned along the way.
New findings suggest that, if current trends continue, women will never make up half of all US workers.
Exploring how to maintain emotional wellbeing whilst working for yourself.
New research suggests that single female professionals tend to play down their ambitions around men.
Women succeed in spite of laws, policies and institutions that hold them back, but it is a constant struggle. It's time for change, writes Katja Iversen.
Exploring how businesses can appreciate and hold onto their millenial workers.
As populism gains ground and experts go out of fashion, how can universities overcome their elitist image and stay connected to the people?
Developing the leadership capacity of girls not only helps them to secure better livelihoods, but can also create a generation capable of delivering future change.