women on boards

The Female FTSE Board Report 2019

The Female FTSE Board Report 2019

Helen Pitcher OBE has contributed to the Cranfield University Report “The Female FTSE Board Report 2019”. This report is an important barometer, helping us measure just how much progress has been made in appointing women onto boards. This report is part of a larger initiative with INSEAD, The Pipeline, various FTSE chairman, Senior women and head-hunters to help accelerate getting more women into FTSE chairman roles.

A Step Change In Diversity Perspective: The Shifting Sands of Diversity

A Step Change In Diversity Perspective: The Shifting Sands of Diversity

In a changing world, with pressures at global, regional and local levels, the motivations of companies are in the mix.  These changes range from a rapidly increasing complexity of the business environment, through to heightened consumer ethical awareness, to a fracturing political landscape.

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.