NEC Partners with TCI for 2019 Women’s Leadership Study

The New England Council is pleased to partner with The Commonwealth Institute for TCI’s Women’s Leadership Development in Massachusetts 2019 Impact Study, the 2nd annual state-wide study focused on understanding employers’ actions to develop, retain, and advance women employees in Massachusetts. New England Council members are invited to participate in the survey.


The survey will take less than 20 minutes, and focuses on three areas:

  • Allocation of resources to leadership development programs for women
  • Types of women’s leadership development programming that your organization has utilized, both internally and externally
  • Measuring success/effectiveness of development programs, specifically for the development, retention, and advancement of women leaders

TCI has partnered with the nationally recognized research firm Researchscape to conduct the research and provide the analysis for this project. For validity of the research, each organization will receive a unique URL to access their copy of the survey. 


If you’d like to participate in the research, please email to receive your organization’s unique URL.

All responses will remain confidential. If you choose to request a copy of the final report, the only piece of data shared with The Commonwealth Institute will be your email address.

The Council is proud to be involved with this important initiative and encourages members to participate.  Please note that while the survey is focused on Massachusetts in order to compare data against last year’s study, TCI also welcomes participation from businesses in other states.  

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