London's 2019 Leaders & Daughters event took place on March 6th at the Ham Yard Hotel. We appreciate the insights and experiences each of you shared in the conversation about the next generation of female leaders. A few highlights from the discussion:
Diversity is no longer a question of gender but overall inclusion. Creating an inclusive and open working environment should be the priority of today's and tomorrow's leaders.
Generational shifts in ways of working will have an important impact on the diversity agenda. Organisations need to be agile & open to change in order to get the best out of their people.
Mentorship and sponsorship can encourage aspirational behaviour and should be embedded into an organisations culture.
The guilt of parenthood: how do you balance professional success with being a good parent?
The C-Suite is no longer as aspirational as it used to be which brings up the question - what has driven some of these changes and how do we design environments to accommodate for this shifting mind-set?
London Leaders & Daughters Insights
Blythe Masters Shares Career Advice for Female Leaders | Leaders & Daughters 2019
At London's 2019 Leaders & Daughters event, Egon Zehnder's Axelle Sznajer spoke with Blythe Masters, former CEO of Digital Asset Holdings, and her daughter Honour Masters, Director of Business Strategy at coVentures, on how to empower future female leaders.
What the Next Generation Wants From Its Leaders and What Business Needs To Do About It
Today marks the fifth year of Egon Zehnder’s Leaders & Daughters events in London. Crucially, this program acknowledges that this conversation can’t just be about women. It has to include everyone, regardless of gender or generation.
Insights from Women Directors
A group of women directors of industrial boards share advice for how boards should think about hiring.
Addressing the Gender Disparity Problem in the Modern Workplace
Egon Zehnder's Loula Lefkaritis discusses the chances of achieving parity in our lifetimes in a panel session at the Milken Institute in London.