Study finds that female board directors in the US are more likely to have the least common skill sets.
Figures reveal the ASX 200 group of companies is on track to reach diversity target by 2018.
Research reveals that S&P 500 boardrooms remain male bastions with few on a path to gender parity.
Research finds appointing women to boardroom roles in the Gulf Coast Countries takes a back seat to oil price issues and geopolitics.
Achieving the Davies Review target of women making up 25% of board membership in the FTSE 100 forced many first-time appointments. But what should women be doing to launch their non-executive careers?