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Addressing the Gender Disparity Problem in the Modern Workplace

Addressing the Gender Disparity Problem in the Modern Workplace

This video was originally published by the Milken Institute. View the original video here.
 



Among executives running the top 100 companies on the London Stock Exchange, there are more men named Dave or Steve than there are women in total. Clearly, parity is still a dream in development in the U.K. and Europe. Britain has called for companies on the index to fill a third of their board seats with women by 2020. What are the chances that disparity will be solved in our lifetimes? What are the most promising avenues for achieving it, and what impediments stand in the way?

The Milken Insititute hosted a panel session on December 5th, 2018 to discuss these issues.
 

Moderator

  • Richard Ditizio
    President and Chief Operating Officer, Milken Institute


Speakers

  • Charlotte de Metz
    Executive Vice President, Talent, Culture and Diversity, Finastra

  • Marianna Fotaki
    Professor of Business Ethics, Warwick Business School

  • Charlie Geffen
    Partner, Chair of London Corporate Practice and Global Co-Chair, Private Equity Practice Group, Gibson Dunn

  • Loula Lefkaritis
    Consultant, Egon Zehnder

 

Published 20 December 2018

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