in Board Diversity and Women in Leadership Positions
Organisations that aim to improve gender balance and invest in focused and customised support, help women advance to leadership roles but when they fail to acknowledge this and provide differential support, it makes workplace an uneven playing field for women.
The summit aims to provide an interactive platform to exchange views and reflect upon the challenges faced by Asian Women in achieving leadership roles and learn from their experiences to create a culture that promotes gender diversity in a sustainable way and leads to the greater success of women in the executive leadership and board level roles.
Organisations still miss the mark on gender equity efforts by focusing gender initiatives solely on changing women — from the way they network to the way the lead. Engaging men will drive and accelerate the change on what is not a woman’s issue but
rather an economic and social issue.
Women leaders in Technology
Achieving gender diversity in the tech executive ranks requires more than just adding women to the team. Growing the numbers of women leaders in tech also involves special mentorship, navigating hidden bias, and cultivating new skills around negotiation and
Recruiting the Returnees
Studies have shown that challenges faced while returning to work is one of the main reasons why female leadership development programs fail. Having a higher percentage of women in executive positions makes it easier for organizations to further attract relevant female talent.