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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.
Rob Baker is a man of medium build with neatly trimmed hair, alert eyes, an open face, and is so full of energy and curiosity that you can practically feel him vibrating. On the webcast of an OECD conference for International Women’s Day, he first appears onscreen taking several sprightly steps across the stage while juggling a bottle of water and a stack of papers – an ‘everyman’ ready to tell you why he believes in every woman. He’s wearing charcoal-grey trousers, a collarless shirt and a matching jacket. He then removes the jacket to reveal a t-shirt imprinted with the slogan ‘The Future is Female’ – leaving no doubt as to why he is there. He’s a merry prankster, peddling not psychedelics but ideas and passions, ready to convert those who stray across his path.Read more
Take a moment to imagine what the world would look like if we did not have this amount of technology at our immediate disposal, keeping business going as usual?
Throughout the CoVid19 pandemic, we have witnessed companies, governments and entrepreneurs moving from an offline world to an almost 100% online environment.
Two of the world’s wealthiest women are teaming up to roll out a $30 million initiative that will provide grants to organizations with “transformational” ideas for improving gender equality.Read more
In the past, at big company moments, it was often the CEO and CFO breaking the news to employees, shareholders, and other stakeholders. A distinctive feature of the coronavirus pandemic has been to elevate the role of the CHRO, who is often visibly helping CEOs manage the present and lead their companies into the future.
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