Headspring Virtual LAB

Gender Diversity and Inclusion in the Managerial and Executive Ranks: the Impact of Covid-19

27 April 2021 | 09:00 - 10:30 CEST

Interactive virtual event

Gender Diversity and Inclusion in the Managerial and Executive Ranks: the Impact of Covid-19

What is holding women back from occupying so many top managerial positions? In spite of progress over the last 30 years to break the glass ceiling, cognitive bias, absence of the right skills, and lack of self-confidence have conspired to maintain the largely male-dictated status quo. Now the global Covid-19 pandemic is in danger of pushing back hard-won opportunities for women to be appointed to the most senior positions.


This exclusive Headspring interactive virtual event will share insights from Michael Skapinker, Contributing Editor, Financial Times and Monika Hamori, Associate Professor of Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour at IE Business School. What is hindering diversity in managerial and executive ranks? What can employers do to increase diversity in their leadership? How are corporate diversity initiatives affected by the pandemic? Participants will have the opportunity to brings their own experience, interacting with other attendees online and with Professor Hamori and Journalist Skapinker.


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MEET THE FACILITATORS

Monika Hamori

Associate Professor, Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour, IE Business School

Monika Hamori’s research focuses on career paths and career success. Her work was published in Organization Science, the Academy of Management Annals, the Academy of Management Perspectives, Human Resource Management and the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, among others.

Monika is on the Thinkers50 Guru Radar, a portal that presents young, promising talent in management research. She is also on the Best 40 B-School Profs Under the Age of 40 ranking, which lists top young business school professors.


Michael Skapinker

Contributing Editor and Columnist 

Michael joined the FT in London in 1986 and has held many positions, including FT Weekend editor, FT Special Reports editor and management editor.

At the Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards, he was named Business Commentator of the Year (2012) and Business Ethics Commentator of the Year (2015). As an FT contributing editor and columnist, Michael writes on business and society. 

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Jean-Marie Ardisson

Corporate Partnership - French speaking markets & Italy
jm.ardisson@headspringexecutive.com


Meike Gil

Corporate Partnerships - DACH and the Netherlands
m.gil@headspringexecutive.com


WHY LEADERSHIP PROGRAMMES NEED TO EVOLVE

70%

of all content from traditional executive education programmes are forgotten within 24 hours; 90% within a month.

72%

of all business leaders see no direct business benefit from traditional executive education programmes.

50%

of senior leaders and decision makers believe that their talent development is inadequate and not fit for purpose.

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