Organizations need to work diligently to establish a culture that embraces the benefits of diversity and develop techniques to encourage the sharing and consideration of diverse perspectives.
Women in the Boardroom
Women Chairs had the biggest impact on gender diversity and women in board leadership roles.
Through the delivery of premiere data and research, LCDA eliminates the excuse that board-qualified Latinas cannot be identified.
The ability of corporate boards to govern digital and cyber risk has not increased meaningfully.
Partnering with 250 private companies, Bolster, the executive talent marketplace, analyzed 650+ board directors to determine the composition, structure, and diversity of venture-backed startup boards.
Women Leading Boards provides an update on progress made over the past year; explains the impact of the shift; shines a spotlight on areas in which greater focus is required; and offers best practices to ensure the voices of women who currently sit on boards are being heard.
In this session, Gwen Young, COO of WBC, met with our newest host, Linda Peek Schacht, on January 13th at 12pm EST Gwen introduced Linda as she joins the LinkedIn Live series to host two sessions per month. In addition, Gwen and Linda gave an overview of what to expect for this series over the …
The WBC in partnership with Equilar releases a monthly report, newsletter, and publishes the data on a website detailing women’s statuses in the boardroom. This report lists and tracks women who have been named to the boards of public companies monthly along with showing ethnic and industry breakdowns.