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It's thanks to the dedicated support of over 300 of our members that we are able to offer events, programmes and resources that support you in realising your true potential and advancing gender balanced leadership. Read some of the stories to see how volunteering has helped our members to develop new skills, make real change in their organisations and achieve their career goals.

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  • ‘Work deliberately, not harder’: Four strategies for getting more done in less time

    We live in a world where being ‘busy’ is rewarded, and having a full diary is linked with high performance. Skipping lunch is a reflection of how in demand your time is, and late-night emails reflect your commitment.

    How did this happen?

    There is a general consensus in the corporate world this attitude is wrong, but there is little momentum for changing this ongoing challenge.

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  • EU warns that women effectively 'working for free' from today

    The European Commission is warning that European women are effectively working for free from now until the end of the year. EU Equal Pay Day highlights the ongoing gender pay gap across the continent. According to the latest figures, men earn an average of 16% more than women across the 28 EU countries – meaning women effectively work for free from today.

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  • Lessons From The World's Most Gender-Equal Countries

    At every stage of life, we have different needs. If we want to attract and retain women in the messy middle, we should adjust for the different life stage needs. This is key for getting closer to equality in the workplace, since women continue to shoulder the bulk of the caregiving responsibilities and we’re losing our best talent to caregiving. We know that gender equality isn’t just a social issue; it’s a business imperative.

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  • Mary Barra Is the Most Admired CEO on the Most Powerful Women List

    As we put together our annual Most Powerful Women ranking, we wondered, who inspires the women who inspire us? Fourteen women on Fortune‘s 2018 list told us which other CEO or executive—outside their industry—they admire most. It’s a surprising and diverse list, though there is one name that comes up again: Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors. “I admire Anne Mulcahy. She was a leader who became CEO during a particularly difficult time for Xerox.

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  • Four Leaders Share Advice For Closing Corporate Opportunity Gap For

    Decades ago, the conversation around women in the workplace would have been largely about the fact that women were entirely underrepresented. Thanks to ongoing battles for women’s rights and a continuous push for diversity in the corporate world, that is now far less of a concern. But that certainly doesn’t mean that the issue is resolved. There has been a lot of research and discussion about the wage gap, which shows that women earn, on average, only 78 to 82% of what men earn.

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