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Women leaders

The evidence is clear: diverse organizations outperform their competitors. Yet women remain a minority in the upper echelons of business around the world. What can we learn from the inspirational stories of those who have succeeded against the odds?

Liz Mellon presents lessons from the top, gleaned from the career experiences of 11 inspirational female leaders.

Eve Poole examines why women could be a better bet for performance under pressure; Ilka Dunne outlines why we need an inclusive conversation about gender identity roles, including men as well as women; and Hanna Naima McCloskey focuses on the next generation.

Finally, Ben Walker’s interview with Sharmla Chetty, the ‘Cape crusader’, reveals how her rejection of South Africa’s apartheid rules shaped an enduring attitude to business.

 

 

 

 

 

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