The Employment Experience

Women in the Workplace and Growth Minded Leadership - with Amy Clark

November 28, 2022 Karly Wannos Season 2 Episode 36
The Employment Experience
Women in the Workplace and Growth Minded Leadership - with Amy Clark
Show Notes

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Female CEOs run only 4.8% of the world’s largest businesses on the Global 500. According to one study, women CEOs are slightly older than their male counterparts, in part because it takes them 30% longer than men to reach the corner office. But those who reached the top were often committed to making profound changes at their organizations.

Listen to this episode where we discuss:

  • Why Women CEOs typically have to work harder and longer to get to the top
  • How women engage the power of teams to achieve results
  • How to build up the next generation of women leaders, and 
  • The importance of sponsorship of other women up and coming leaders

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