Women at the top
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How to attract more women to your senior positions

The number of women in top company roles is increasing, but there’s still plenty more to be done. Chris Stappard, Managing Director at Edward Reed Recruitment, has this advice for businesses looking to attract more of the country’s talented women to their senior positions. The pressure is on for businesses to make sure they’re paying...
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FT Women at the Top

Get an exclusive 10 per cent discount off the FT Women At The Top summit

Join us in October for the return of the FT’s summit on gender equality in business. WeAreTheCity members are entitled to a 10 per cent discount to attend.  Hear leaders share their stories of success and setbacks, learn from honest discussion about the obstacles stalling further progress, and take part in forward-looking, action-focused debate with...
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Financial Times | Women at the Top Summit | In Words

Financial Times welcomed delegates to the Women at the Top Summit last week, at Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel to discuss the gender pay gap, Trump’s presidency and how to fix the gender imbalance in business. Opening remarks were made by Angela Mackay, Chair of Women at the Top, welcoming guests to the event, alongside...
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27/09/2017: The Financial Times and WATC invite you to join us for the next Women at the Top Summit | Transforming Leadership

WeAreTheCity is delighted to announce that we will be partnering with the FT Women at the Top summit which returns in September to tackle one of the most complex challenges we face today: how to fix the gender imbalance in the top ranks of business in Britain and beyond. The composition of top UK management...
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How can women respond to challenges facing UK’s female leaders?

If you’re a female leader (or aspiring leader) in Britain, you face quite a few challenges. The number of women in key leadership positions in 2017 leaves a lot to be desired, while more and more organisations are lifting the lid on their own gender pay gap deficiencies. A new report on FTSE 100 CEOs...
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