A spotlight has shone on showbusiness since the beginning of the #metoo campaign, but how can women feel empowered and make a difference in boardrooms?
The #MeToo movement has driven a well-overdue need for women to feel empowered, after a litany of sexual harassment allegations in the world of showbusiness exposed well-known names and provoked outrage.
But how has this extended to leadership in the corporate world, where females still remain woefully underrepresented? Our ongoing work looking at the roles of women on boards has identified some surprising opinions from senior business figures, not least from many female directors themselves, who feel that enforced diversity quotas are not the answer:
Women, it has been found, are still unlikely to challenge their male board cou
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The complexities and changing business environment associated with the digital age do not alter the importance of ethical principles, according to a major study of accountants. But that doesn't mean it's going to be easy.