Diversity

Women on FTSE boards serve shorter and less senior tenures

Women on FTSE boards serve shorter and less senior tenures

The amount of energy being 'token woman' on a board demands leads women to leave sooner, or it could be that they're being pushed experts warn

Women on FTSE 100 boards serve shorter tenures and are less likely to be promoted to senior roles, according to Cranfield University School of Management’s annual Female FTSE Board Report.

A Job for the Girls!

A Job for the Girls!

The sustainability of companies and businesses able to contribute and benefit all of their stakeholders, is increasingly at the forefront of the minds of Politicians, Regulators, Society Pressure groups and Individuals. It is also the clarion call of the massive Pension Investment sector focused on aligning investments to positive benefits and stewardship for society.

Board Best Practice: Succession Planning

Board Best Practice: Succession Planning

Written by Team NEDonBoard

On Jan 30th, NEDonBoard held its best practice evening on succession planning. Following an initiative by NEDonBoard, the professional body for non-executive directors and board members in the UK, chaired by Helen Pitcher OBE, we host a panel evening to present this new guide. NEDonBoard raises governance standards on boards across the UK by providing board best practice guidance on succession planning.