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Furthermore, according to MSCI, "Fewer cases of bribery, fraud, shareholder lawsuits, and other governance‐related controversies
'I wonder what those chairs feel like.' The musing was voiced by a teenaged girl from Boys and Girls Club of Indianapolis.
The benefits to a company of having female representation on its board are significant. However, there is a gap -- more like a massive chasm -- between the presence of women in the workforce and the number of women on corporate boards.
As UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said, "Too often, leaders have used women to advance power. I believe we must use power to advance women." Until women have power, change will not happen.
Seriously, cut it out.
Not surprisingly, leadership is one of the four things that companies needs to do to advance women.
Boards and their advisors must look ahead to the greatest challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century in building the best boards and focusing their agendas accordingly.
Why do companies with gender diverse boards perform better? As the portfolio manager of a strategy which seeks to benefit
Entering the world of self-employment was equally weird, but vastly more exciting, and it suited the way that I wanted to live and work. Dipping in and out of the corporate world to deliver training programmes and executive coaching was fun.
Gaining the right to vote was one giant leap for womankind, but only one small step towards equality. Instead of a day of commemoration, I say we approach Women's Equality Day as a day of action to further our quest for true gender equality.