It doesn’t matter how well girls are communicating if they’re not communicating to the right people.

Lois Joy in: "What's Keeping Girls From Translating 'Soft Skills' Superiority Into STEM Field Success?"

Published feb. 15, 2019

JFF’s Lois Joy spoke with Forbes about how women typically lack established career pathways, including mentoring and professional networks, that often help men succeed.

Women outperform men in many of the underlying skills that lead to job success — skills commonly referred to as noncognitive because, like emotional IQ, creativity, and conscientiousness, they’re not clearly predicted by test results.