Organisations are losing women.
They are leaving at all levels, draining the intellectual capital of all kinds of organisations. It isn’t because there is a deficit in woman – there’s plenty of evidence that women are doing better academically than men. So why is all this talent and potential being wasted?
Last month I attended a great CPD day with Exeter University’s Centre for Leadership Studies Professional Network to explore the issue.
Dr Ruth Sealy of Cranfield University began by reporting the good news: the Top 100 FTSE Boards met Lord Davies target of 25% women participating on Boards by 2015, that’s at least one woman on every board, not many but better than zero. Continue reading “Where are women managers going?”