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Forbes Leadership 
Description: Forbes Leadership Information and Leadership News
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Menttium 
Description: Menttium was founded in 1991 with a flagship program designed to help women move into business leadership positions. The success of this original program, which matched high-performing, mid-level businesswomen with mentors from other companies, led to the creation of many other structured mentoring programs for men and women, as well as a suite of unique products and services.
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The Womentor Group 
Description: The overall goal of the company is to develop in women the skills needed to mentor others - and themselves. The primary learning tool is The Womentor (SM) Guide: Leadership for the New Millennium, a step by step guide which unites leadership studies from Harvard University, Catalyst, and Emory Univerisity's Goizueta Business School with research as current as today's Fortune, Working Woman, and Success magazines.
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The Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership 
Description: The Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nonsectarian educational organization that provides ethical leadership training and professional development for women. Too often, success has been measured in terms of the accumulation of power and wealth, with almost no consideration of how these accomplishments have been achieved. Ethical leadership is concerned with the means as well as the ends to personal and professional achievements. As such, Woodhull has developed a community that encourages women to lead with honesty, respect, courage and compassion; to strive for the common ground in decision-making; and to share in community service.
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