Corporate initiatives intending to hire, retain and develop female talent have fallen short or not produced the desired outcomes so far and still too few women occupy top leadership positions. We propose a new framework to help professional women take a different approach to how they interact in the workplace with colleagues, their own work, and themselves.
Our latest Business Brain event in London brought together senior female executives in a roundtable discussion about the promotion of female leaders. Drawing on their expertise in the fields of financial services, public sector, law and luxury fashion, the event explored topics such as unconscious bias, organisational change and the path to senior leadership.
Women of all backgrounds and professions can sometimes find themselves being perceived as weak, no matter how hard they fight against the stereotype. We explore ways to overcome this prejudice.
Any woman in MENA can set herself up for a successful career in business. The key is to practice and embody these 3 leadership skills.
If a woman is assertive at work, she’s often perceived as being aggressive. But why the double standard? And how do we address it?