23 February, 2016 | (01 hr)
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The aim to bring gender equality to the boardroom is part of a broader societal project to ensure that more of our available talent, ability, and experience from every part of society moves to where it can create the most economic and social value. Lack of sufficient diversity of thought has been identified as a contributor to malpractices that ultimately led to the financial collapse in 2009. Redressing this imbalance continues to be an important goal for business and society alike.
Join this webcast as our guest, Peninah Thomson, chief executive of The Mentoring Foundation and coauthor of The Rise of the Female Executive, gives us insights into some of the central themes of her new book.
- Ensuring a robust pipeline of our most talented women and interventions that address this challenge
- Learnings from interviews with mentors and mentees, illustrating how mentoring can play a part in helping women to stay engaged with their ambition and with their career progression opportunities
- Increasing the number of women executives in positions of power in our corporations
Peninah’s early career was in the UK Foreign office, then in Paris, working direct to the Board of NATO National Delegates. After Doctoral studies at the University of Oxford, she joined PricewaterhouseCoopers, working for eight years in Government Service...Full Bio
Anne Stevens is Council Director for Global Business Women Leaders; Human Resource Executives and Global CHRO Councils.