Most clients come to Borderless with a genuine desire to build diverse and diversity-capable leadership teams. That is, after all, our expertise. And at the top of their concern? Women in leadership.
Despite often well-intentioned initiatives on women and their careers, many companies still fall short of their goals. Rosalie Harrison explores some of the more common issues that we see plaguing the advancement of talented women.
By Rosalie Harrison
While various cities have shown innovative leadership in tackling childcare – including through public private partnerships – the direct and indirect benefits to parents, children, employers and communities often remain underestimated.
Creating more opportunities for remote and highly flexible work is essential—but companies must avoid common pitfalls.
While women are generally well-represented in the nutrition sciences, they remain underrepresented in the C-suite. Diversifying traditionally male-dominated managerial positions with women, could give a new lens to industry challenges.