London: WIBF and the FSF panel discussion: Have Gender Initiatives helped Women's Careers but Marginalised Men?
Women are securing more senior roles in financial services. They are succeeding at promoting their agenda for equal opportunities, status and remuneration. Does this gain for women equal a loss for men? Has the Diversity agenda marginalised men? Men are expected to support Diversity Initiatives because they are good for business. Yet few companies point out how they are good for men, personally and professionally. While some men willingly embrace gender initiatives, other men reject or resent them. Some men seek equality for themselves. Others are ambivalent or undecided. Free of 'political correctness', with a panel of men and women, we will explore how women's professional ambition in financial services is impacting men.
WIBF is delighted to collaborate with the Financial Services Forum (FSF) to put this event together.
The panellists include Truett Tate, Chairman Arora Hotels and former board member of Lloyds Banking Group, Matt Tuck, Global Head of Financial Institutions Coverage, Barclays Corporate, Dr Jan Halper author of "Quiet Desperation:The Truth about Successful Men" and Manager of WIBF Personal Excellence Programme. The panel will be moderated by Sylvana Caloni, SC Executive Coaching and President WIBF.
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