Developing high potential senior women
Our research into the fastest-growing tech firms revealed over 50% had all-male executive teams, whilst nearly a quarter (22%) had all male Boards. Similar research into FTSE & AIM-listed companies found that women account for less than a quarter (23.5 %) of all leadership positions in the FTSE 350. Women make up 23.5 % of all directors, 15.9 % of executives, but less than one in ten (nine percent) of all Executive Directors. The largest proportion of women are in non-executive positions, accounting for almost one third (30.9 %) of NEDs.
It’s not enough to simply chastise companies for not having enough senior women, we need to actively encourage and support women into senior positions.
Over the course of seven months, the Inclusive Boards women in executive leadership programme brings together senior women from across sectors to support those who are looking to move to higher and/or board positions.
1 to 1 Executive coaching
2 Leadership Residential away weekends
Networking dinners at The Institute of Directors
board placement upon completion
Participants will have the chance to learn from expert academics and leading facilitators, as well as developing a unique network of women leaders.
SPEAKERS & FACILITATORS
Dr Esther Canónico
Fellow at London School of Economics, PhD in Organisational Behaviour, MBA (London Business School)
Divisional CEO/President, Ascential Intelligence
Independent Non-Executive Director, Tesco Bank
Deputy chair of KPMG
Bridget Rosewell CBE, MA, MPhil, FICE, FACSS, FSPE
An experienced director, policy maker and economist, with a track record in advising public and private sector
Currently the Chairman of two companies: Hammerson plc (since 2013) and Domestic & General Group (since 2015)
Managing Director of Inclusive Boards and the youngest member of the Prime Minister’s Race Disparity Advisory Group
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Applications now OPEN for 2020! Please leave your contact information below and our programme co-ordinator will be in touch with a pack.