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A gentle touch is too feeble to transform the C-suite

November 16, 2016
Diversity & Inclusion

The UK’s Women on Boards review has come up with some stretching new recommendations. So stretching, in fact, that getting companies to follow them will require much more than the gentle encouragement currently on offer.

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By Sarah Gordon

Source: Financial Times

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