December 2022

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2022 Year in Review:

Top 10 Social Media Posts from

The WICT Network's LinkedIn Feed

In this special end-of-year edition of @WICT, we relive highlights from 2022 by revisiting some of our most popular social media posts.

#10: "Multigenerational workforces allow for new ideas from various perspectives and may also introduce challenges to growth. If you lead a multigenerational team, click the link to learn 15 ways to successfully navigate challenges.


#multigenerationalworkforce #leadershiptips"

Posted: Friday, May 13, 2022

#9: "As we emerge from the pandemic,

we face a new order where workplace norms and expectations have evolved and transformed around us. Whether employees are back in the office or working remotely, leading with empathy and trust can show your staff they have your support and respect. Read more on this from ASAE:"

Posted: Monday, November 7, 2022

#8: "As the number of remote and hybrid workers continues to grow, it’s important for leaders to know how to best manage and motivate their teams. Click the link to learn actions that employers can take to uplift their remote workforce to create a thriving workplace.

#leadershiplessons #leadershipadvice #remoteteams #empoweringteams"

Posted: Thursday, July 28, 2022

#7: "A recent Forbes article notes that for women in leadership roles, empowering other women – whether through social media marketing, virtual presentations or writing about peers on a blog – is an essential step to push for gender parity. Follow the link to learn eight lessons on how to strengthen your leadership skills.

#leadershiptips #womenwholead"

Posted: Monday, August 22, 2022

#6: "While many tech companies still have much work ahead to diversify their ranks, there is some progress in terms of gender representation at the top. Research conducted by Deloitte projects that roughly one in four leadership roles at large global tech firms will be held by women in 2022, representing a rise of more than four percentage points since 2019.

Follow the link to view additional research from Deloitte.

#womenintech #womeninleadership #deifacts"

Posted: Monday, May 16, 2022

#5: "According to a recent McKinsey report, taking action now to advance gender parity by 2030 could add $13 trillion to GDP, an 11% increase relative to a do-nothing scenario.

#diversitymatters #deistats #mckinsey"

Posted: Friday, March 25, 2022

#4: "The National Committee on Pay Equity created Equal Pay Day in 1996 to show the gap between men's and women's wages. This date symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. On average, women earn less than men and must work longer for the same amount of pay. The wage gap is even greater for most women of color. Click the link to learn more.


Posted: Tuesday, March 15, 2022

#3: "Promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace has always been important. According to Paul Gillen of the Irish News, in more recent times companies are being encouraged to expand their current diversity efforts to include other areas, including promoting neurodiversity. Neurodiversity relates to differences in the way we think, process, learn and behave. Click the link to learn how companies can leverage the strengths of their neuro-divergent employees.

#neurodiversity #workplaceDEI #inclusivity"

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2022

#2: "The WICT Network celebrates International Women’s Day and its 2022 theme, “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow,” by recognizing the contributions of women and girls around the world, who are leading the charge and changing the world.

#internationalwomensday #womenwholead #genderequality #IWD2022"

Posted: Tuesday, March 8, 2022

And the most popular post was...

#1: "The WICT Network is pleased to announce its 2022 Top Companies for Women to Work based on the results of our most recent PAR workplace diversity survey. The survey — which evaluates pay equity, advancement opportunities and resources for work/life integration — is a critical diversity and inclusion resource for individual companies and the industry at large. Read our recent press release to learn more:  

#DEI #inclusiveworkplace"

Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2022

A Year of Celebration

The WICT Network concluded 2022 with a bang! Our top 10 LinkedIn posts highlighted the most up-to-date diversity statistics, research and resources, as we work together to achieve gender parity. As we prepare for another year of inspiring and informative programs, don't forget to follow us on social media to stay up to date on all the latest news.

The WICT Network is grateful for its members, sponsors, Board of Directors, chapters, volunteer leaders and staff.

Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season!

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