Karla Gowlett

Seven Amazing Women are Category Winners

Seven women have secured success and been crowned Category Winners at today’s Women in the City Woman of Achievement Award Celebration Evening, hosted by Bryan […]

WIC Promotions

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Eisenhower Fellowship – Women’s Leadership Programme

2014 Women’s Leadership Conference in London An exceptional opportunity has arisen to travel in the US and research a specialist project in your professional field, all funded and arranged by the Eisenhower Fellowships (EF). Never heard of the Eisenhower Fellowships? Not many have, but despite its low profile EF has supported over 2000 high calibre […]

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BuildingUpwards

Rethink What You “Know” About High-Achieving Women

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the admission of women to Harvard Business School’s MBA program, the authors of a new report, who have spent more than 20 years studying professional women, set out to learn what HBS graduates had to say about work and family and how their experiences, attitudes, and decisions […]

FinancialNews

Counting every woman: gender diversity in the capital markets’

The European capital markets industry risks losing its competitive edge if it doesn’t embrace the importance of gender diversity at the most senior levels. The latest report from New Financial takes a snapshot of female representation on boards and executive committees at 220 organisations across 11 sectors in the financial markets – with some predictably […]

Recent Reports

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Government announces £2 million fund to help close gender pay gap

The fund will help women move from low paid, low skilled work to high paid, high skilled work to help tackle the gender pay gap. More women are employed than at any other point in history, the gender pay gap is narrowing and for full-time workers under 40 it has almost vanished entirely. But there […]

Milennials

Managing millennial women

Millennials – loosely defined as those born between 1980 and 1995 – think and work differently. To be competitive, now and particularly in the future, organizations will need to create a culture and work environment that attracts and retains a new generation of workers. This is especially true as organizations work to attract, retain and […]