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Women in Business. “Creating a great place to work”. “Being the best we can be”. CHRISTINE PETYT. A few facts about the FTSE100…. Female directors increased from 6.9% (1999) to 11.7% (2008) An increase to 5 women CEOs in 2008 Only 2 female chairwomen

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Women in Business

“Creating a great place to work”

“Being the best we can be”

CHRISTINE PETYT

a few facts about the ftse100
A few facts about the FTSE100…
  • Female directors increased from 6.9% (1999) to 11.7% (2008)
  • An increase to 5 women CEOs in 2008
  • Only 2 female chairwomen
  • 1,877 women directors in the pipeline waiting to be appointed to Boards
  • 22 companies have exclusively all-male boards
  • 149 new appointees to the FTSE100 in 2008
    • only 16 (10.7%) were women
  • 40% of returning mums feel they have no chance at career progression

Cranfield University School of Management

The Female FTSE Report 2008

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Why?

Perception of glass ceiling

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Reality: Sticky Floors

  • Barriers to progression
  • Self-limiting behaviours

REALITY

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Barriers to progression

  • Lack of appropriate networks
  • Access to role model mentors

REALITY

self limiting behaviours
Self-limiting behaviours
  • Self-confidence
  • Advocating for yourself
  • Building strategic relationships & sponsorships
  • Political savvy
  • Embracing “good enough”
  • Asking for what you want
    • finding your voice

REALITY

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Mars

Venus

  • Left brain
  • Task focussed
  • One dimensional
  • Tell
  • Right brain
  • Holistic approach
  • Empathetic
  • Influence

Fundamentally, there are differences in genders

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Demonstrate respect, humility & balance

Build trust, relationships & teams

Use intuition & good judgement

Listen, Question, Learn

Empower

Motivate

Self-aware; Visionary

Curious; Determined

Confident

Intelligent

Authentic

Honest

Think strategically; Prioritise; Analyse

Problem Solve; Set Goals; Get results

Possess & use industry, business, market & customer knowledge

Great businesses need great people

change in business requirements
Change in business requirements

Businesses are seeking emotional intelligence:

  • Soft skills are good for delicate bargaining and soothing fractious teams
  • Social awareness and attention to people problems enable progress
  • Hard working, ‘can do’ pragmatic attitudes that deliver results
  • Multi-tasking, self-management and self-awareness
  • Empathetic, emotional awareness
  • Adapt to changing circumstances
  • Good, open communicators
  • Approachable, influential, inspirational, intuitive team players
  • Capacity to build trust in working relationships
managing your career consider your legacy

Heading for the Boardroom

Climbing the corporate ladder

Looking to achieve better work-life balance

Managing your career…consider your legacy

Whether we are:

  • The important thing:
  • Be supportive of other women
  • Share experiences and lessons learned
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We can do so much together

...so little alone