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Tips Female Leaders Can Take into the Boardroom - BusinessNewsDaily

Tips Female Leaders Can Take into the Boardroom - BusinessNewsDaily | Inclusion and Collaboration | Scoop.it
BusinessNewsDaily Tips Female Leaders Can Take into the Boardroom BusinessNewsDaily If you're a female CEO, you may have experienced firsthand how intimidating it can be to get up in front of a room of male investors or directors and give a...
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Women's magazines ignore technology and demean women

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Forget body image for a moment, women's magazines are perpetuating stereotypes about women and tech and it's dated, lazy and damaging (Women's magazines ignore technology and demean women http://t.co/AkepruWcoq)...
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Women lag in leadership roles, CEO earnings, new national report shows - Denver Post

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Women lag in leadership roles, CEO earnings, new national report shows Denver Post "The leadership landscape is so lopsided," said Lynn Gangone, dean of Colorado Women's College at the University of Denver, which conducted the study, "Benchmarking...
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Top 10 Reasons Diversity Is Good For The Boardroom

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I do quite a bit of work on matters of board composition, selection and succession, and what I can tell you is this; board diversity is simply smart business.

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Don Dea's curator insight, November 19, 2013 11:36 PM

top 10 reasons why diversity is good for the boardroom:

1. It reflects the real world – something every company should be sensitive to.
2. Healthy debate can lead to better decisions.
3. Divergent backgrounds mean tackling the same idea in differing ways.
4. Great ideas come from disruption of the status quo.
5. Your clients and customers are diverse.
6. This can make your company knowledgeable and sensitive to a wider variety of groups.
7. Counsel from a variety of authorities is sensible.
8. Setting an example at the top will hopefully have a trickle-down effect within the organization.
9. Improved reputation and brand.
10. A variety of backgrounds can make the company more adaptable to its ever changing environment.