Crucial to establishing gender equity in an organisation are effective training programmes for women and recognition of the achievements that make them suitable for upper management.
No longer a buzzword or a nice-to-have, diversity in business is a key asset that the C-suite must work to encourage.
Though the proportion of women in boardrooms is slowly improving, many obstacles still remain for female executives looking to advance their careers and their organisations.
A new bill will require at least one C-level management position in Germany’s largest companies to be filled by a woman.
Charles Scharf’s claims that the bank had trouble reaching diversity quotas due to a lack of minority talent drew widespread condemnation.
It is never bad to admit when you don’t know something. Holding your hands up to say “I am not best suited to advise on this,” or “I need more information before I can take a view,” is far better than trying to fashion something quickly,…
Even the largest companies are not immune to change. As the business world becomes more flexible and decentralised, CEOs must find new ways of promoting diversity and well-being in their workforces.