The business case for women in leadership
The business case for women in leadership: Attracting, retaining and developing talent
10.00-14.30, 16 April, Medtronic Customer Innovation Centre Galway
Following the new EU regulations on non-financial and diversity reporting coming into effect in 2017 this event on the 'The business case for women in leadership' will help businesses learn about practical strategies to effectively drive changes in their organisations to increase the number of women in leadership.
According to Eurostat women only make up 39.2% of the total high-tech manufacturing labour force in the EU and internationally only 4% were CEOs. However, Fortune 500 companies with more than 3 women on their board had a 66% higher return on invested capital and 42% higher return on sales.
• Ibec, Kara McGann, The gender pay gap and results of the survey on female participation in management
• 30% Club and PwC Partner, Mary O’Hara, Achieving a minimum of 30% women on FTSE-100 boards
• Boston Scientific, Brid Hallinan and Eithne Lynch, Mentoring and the work-life balance
• Medtronic, Tony Neary, Business case for women in leadership