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It's thanks to the dedicated support of over 300 of our members that we are able to offer events, programmes and resources that support you in realising your true potential and advancing gender balanced leadership. Read some of the stories to see how volunteering has helped our members to develop new skills, make real change in their organisations and achieve their career goals.

If you are already a top leader in your company, or want to experience what leadership at the top is like, we need your help!  The nature of volunteerism is transitory, so we are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to get involved.

 

  • A woman's place is in the digital revolution

    Closing the gap between men and women to the internet and mobile phones would enable women to seize opportunities in the industries that are shaping our collective future, write Sandrine Devillard and Anu Madgavkar in Project Syndicate.

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    Read the full article at McKinsey & Company

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  • Marie Curie voted most influential woman in history, Europe

    LONDON • Nobel Prize-winning scientist Marie Curie was the most influential woman in history, Britain's BBC found in a poll on Thursday, highlighting her role in curing cancer. Readers of BBC History magazine ranked Polish-born Madam Curie at the top of a list of 100 women who changed the world, for becoming the first person to win two Nobel Prizes and for her research into radioactivity - a word that she coined.

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    Read the full article at The Straits Times

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  • Demanding ‘Respect,’ and Getting It: What Did Aretha Franklin Mean to You?

    The “Queen of Soul” left an enduring mark on the civil rights and women’s rights movements. We want you to tell us how her songs made you feel.

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    Read the full article at The New York Times

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  • Let's Talk About Gender Bias

    We all have biases. Each one of us has our own experiences, backgrounds and stereotypes that we learned which cause our everyday decisions to be influenced. Most of the time, we don’t even realize it. However, our unconscious or implicit bias allow our brains to make quick judgments and assessments without thinking much. For the point of this blog post, we will be talking about implicit gender bias, for example, a common bias (that is fading I hope) is that doctors are men, nurses are women.

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    Read the full article at Home - Annie Slater MD

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  • What is the glass cliff, and why do so many female CEOs fall off it?

    Once the glass ceiling is shattered, there’s no guarantee that a female CEO won’t step or be pushed off the glass cliff.

    The glass ceiling is notoriously hard for women in leadership to shatter, but there’s another phenomenon that the few women who do break the glass ceiling face: the sharp precipice known as the glass cliff.

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    Read the full article at Fast Company

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