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Women at Work 2: 5 Ways to Recruit and Retain Female Leaders

Posted by Becca Kelly on 16-Oct-2015 10:32:00

When it comes to gender equality and women in the workplace, it's clear that as a society we've made a great deal of progress over the years. Yet despite increasing numbers of female graduates and women in entry level positions, there remains a noticeable absence of women from the boardrooms and top leadership positions around the world. So what can organisations do to counteract this trend? We've compiled this snappy little list of six strategies designed to engage the female leaders of the future. You may notice that the points we've noted here apply not just to recruiting and retaining women; they're great pointers for developing a well-rounded, inclusive and engaged leadership team full stop.

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