By: Patricia Lenkov 1. Your stakeholders, including employees, investors and customers include women. How better to understand these constituencies than by representing them at the top of the organization? 2. Having women in the boardroom sends the message that the …Read more.
Have a great article to share or want to be a guest blogger? Please let us know.
The Missing Perspective in the Boardroom – Millennials Deborah DeHass of Deloitte for CEO MagazineRead more.
I’ve wanted to serve on a public board for many years, but the timing was never right. Finally, as I planned to rewire (not retire!), my time for board service had come. I thought that after a long career in …Read more.
From: Jena McGregor, The Washington Post, March 25, 2015 Download the PDF: Yet another advantage to having more women on boardsRead more.
In the battle to bring more women into the boardroom, some cities are doing better than others. In 2014, women held 17.9% of director positions at the 50 largest public companies in the Chicago area, according to a new analysis …Read more.
From: EY Center for Board Matters, January 2014 Download the PDF: EY-Board Matters Quarterly – January 2014 Quarterly Newsletter – Big DataRead more.