Women Count 2017 report | The Pipeline

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Since Women Count 2016, we’ve seen gender pay regulation, sector initiatives, such as the Women in Finance Charter, and the important, independent review by Helen Alexander and Sir Philip Hampton bring gender diversity in business to the fore.

Despite all this investment of time and money, there has been no improvement on this.

The Pipeline was established in 2012 to deliver exceptional Executive Leadership programmes specifically designed for women. For us this is an economic issue as we believe organisations are more able to succeed in our globalised world when they have greater gender diversity at senior levels. The Pipeline runs great leadership programmes for female executives and also offers a wide range of advisory services for CEOs, Executive Committees and Boards.


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