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Why the need for female leadership is more urgent than ever

Technological innovation is opening up career opportunities where women can benefit

How aspiring females can achieve their first leadership role

Throughout history we have seen many powerful women across the world excel in leadership and demonstrate key characteristics that, if emulated and embraced, have the power to fundamentally change society for the better.

Flexible working hours improve workplace diversity

Advertising flexible working hours in job offers makes them more appealing to applicants, particularly women

74% of women feel UK workplace culture stalls their career prospects

New study reveals the depth of unconscious gender bias in UK workplace culture, says a year-long study by Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge.

Advantages of a diverse leadership team – at Compeat

Women too competitive at work, but not competitive enough

How to get more women on the journey to technology leadership: Two female IT leaders speak up

The sky’s the limit for those who are supported down an IT career path from a young age

Who runs the world? Girls – almost as female leaders in politics rise

Whether the VP, President, or PM, female leaders in politics posses an unfathomable strength of character, from which corporations can learn

Balancing recruitment and DE&I needs amid the Great Contemplation

Organisations are struggling to keep their focus on purposeful recruitment

Barriers to gender equality in finance start at school

Survey reveals how gender bias in the financial industry starts in schools