If You Want to Get to the Top, Be an Engineer
As Women’s History Month comes to a close and I reflect on the conversations and specific goals this year’s initiatives supported, I feel an overwhelming sense of urgency to continue the momentum in an area near and dear to me: increasing the presence of women and women leaders in STEM fields.
A Letter To My Daughters: Stay Strong on this Long, Arduous Journey to Gender Parity
On March 8th the world will celebrate International Women’s Day, the global observance of women’s crusade for gender parity.
Brazilian Women Rank No. 1 in Career Ambition According to Global Survey
Women in Brazil are highly ambitious and place great value on career growth and development opportunities, according to Egon Zehnder’s 2017 Leaders & Daughters Global Survey. Almost all (92 percent) of Brazilian women in the early stages of their careers aspire for executive/senior leadership ranks — the highest among all countries surveyed.
Filling the Leadership Pipeline with Women
For nearly 40 years, women have outnumbered men in U.S. colleges, but as women move through the workforce, the scales tip in the other direction. Surprisingly, the U.S. market has fallen behind the rest of the world when it comes to gender diversity in the boardroom.
The Sticky Floor that Holds Women Back
We all have a responsibility and role to play in cultivating the next generation of women leaders. Last year, to mark International Women’s Day, we at Egon Zehnder led a unique global dialogue “Leaders and Daughters”, which we are expanding on this year. I invite all leaders to inspire young women to realize their dreams.
The Globe and Mail – How Do We Fill the Pipeline with Board-Ready Women?
How can Canadian companies achieve a more robust pipeline of senior female executives, asks Egon Zehnder’s Pamela Warren in an article for The Globe and Mail?