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Five traits of successful leaders | HRreview
Source: Five traits of successful leaders
The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2018 Table | Global Senior Executive Jobs | The Times & The Sunday Times
Source: Global Senior Executive Jobs | The Times & The Sunday Times
Gender Pension Gap
Source: Mercer United Kingdom
Women in business 2018
Source: Grant Thornton International Ltd. Home
Delivering through diversity
Source: McKinsey & Company
Sex Discrimination Law Review Final Report
Links to reports
Source: Fawcett Society
Differences make a difference: Diversity in social learning and value creation
Source: Science Direct
The Art of Success
The report is based on the findings of a survey of more than 100 senior female leaders to find out what it takes to survive and thrive as a female senior
Source: The Art of Success
Women CEOs Speak
When roughly 94% of Fortune 1000 chief executive officers (CEOs) are men, what qualities drive the 6% who are women to the most elite reaches of corporate leadership?
To find out, the Korn Ferry Institute studied 57 women who have been CEO—38 currently and 19 previously—at Fortune 1000-listed companies and others of similar size. We analyzed structured interviews with all 57 women and the results of psychometric assessments taken by two-thirds of them.
Source: Korn Ferry Institute
Still looking for room at the top: Ten years of research on women in the workplace
In 2007, when women held 11 percent of seats on the executive committees of Europe’s leading companies, McKinsey published its first Women Matter report. It not only argued for greater gender diversity in corporate management but also suggested how to achieve that goal.
Source: McKinsey & Company
Gender pay gap is widest when women hit 50, reveals new research
Source: The Independent
Third of British bosses do not believe gender pay gap is business issue
The regulation comes ahead of all companies that employ more than 250 staff being required to publish their pay gap between men and women from next April as part of the Government's aim to end the difference between salaries of both genders.