“Cracking the Code” Gender Research Programme 2013, 30% Club UK
Future of WorkWomen of Influence
First 15 -20 minutes is for networking Sandwiches & beverages included
Hosted by the Women of Influence Committee and the Human Capital Committee
The 30% Club UK has partnered with YSC, a global leadership consultancy, in order to help crack the code in terms of differences in leadership style between men and women. The research explores the biographical, behavioural and psychological differences between men's and women's career progression, with a view to facilitating more gender-intelligent development of talent and career management.
Building on previous external research literature, three separate research streams were initiated to address key questions around how men and women differ in their ambition and definitions of success, what has enabled them to increase their visibility and raise their profile within their organisations, and whether differences in leadership styles remain demarcated by gender. The research has also aimed to identify which organisational practices contribute to ensuring a balanced pipeline of male and female corporate leaders.
Please join us on August 29 at AmCham office as Sean Dineen and Claire Garner share highlights from the study and facilitate an open discussion, particularly of the relevance of this work to Asia Pacific.
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong