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Women CEO’s: Changing The Playing Field. Donald Lim Fanny Segura Chou Mei Kenny Espinal. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of eBay. eBay is an online auction site buy and sell goods of any kind worldwide Meg Whitman President and CEO Since 1998

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women ceo s changing the playing field

Women CEO’s: Changing The Playing Field

Donald Lim

Fanny Segura

Chou Mei

Kenny Espinal

chief executive officer ceo of ebay
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of eBay
  • eBay is an online auction site
    • buy and sell goods of any kind worldwide
  • Meg Whitman
    • President and CEO
    • Since 1998
    • According to Forbes Magazine, Whitman was worth an estimated $1.5 billion in 2005
chief executive officer ceo of ebay3
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of eBay
  • Joined eBay when the company had 30 employees and operated only in the United States
    • eBay is now a global organization with over 9,000 employees
  • One of only five women on Earth to have been repeatedly ranked among the world's most influential people by Time magazine
women ceo changing the playing field
Women CEO changing the Playing Field
  • Women are presumed to be less competent leaders than men and less worthy of the leadership position across a variety of contexts.
  • Women are supposed to be home cooking, cleaning, and taking care of the kids while man are working and bringing food to the table.
good leaders are described with masculine attributes
Men

Aggressive

Forceful

Independent

Decisive

Women

Kind

Helpful

Weak

Concerned for others

Good leaders are described with masculine attributes.
shelly lazarus
Shelly Lazarus
  • “I don’t really think that men and women manage differently… People might expect women to be more sensitive so they see what they expect to see”.
        • Shelly lazarus
        • Chairwoman & CEO
woman ceo talented talent
Woman CEO Talented Talent
  • Maxxam Capital Management
  • Founder and CEO
  • Sandra Manzke
sandra manzke as a talented talent woman ceo
Sandra Manzke as a talented talent woman CEO
  • She works up her way very hard
  • Her first wall street job wasn’t meant to be the start of a long career.
  • Married young and working to put her than-husband through college, she joined Scudd.
when you give her name in google you will first find all following article are writing about her
When you give her name in Google, you will first find all following article are writing about her:
  • The industry leadership Award recipient of 100 women in hedge founds of Gala 2002
numbers of women ceo s rising
Numbers of Women CEO’s Rising
  • Before no women were CEO but now there are women CEO. The numbers of women CEOs are rising in larger revenues associations but the numbers of women CEOs in non-profit membership organizations has not risen significantly. Women make up 50.6 percent of the workforce in management and professional.
significant points
Significant Points
  • The prevalence of women in non-profits has not increased substantially, rising only from 26% to 29% overall. But figures indicate that women are beginning to move into CEO positions in larger revenue associations in unprecedented numbers. For example, in associations with revenues of over $2 million, the number of female CEOs has increased from 8% in 1991 to 16% (from 38 to 166 women).
  • AVON PRODUCTS, INC. – 50% women directors
  • COLGATE-POLMOLIVE – 38% women directors
women ceo s changing the playing field conclusion
Women CEO’s: Changing The Playing Field (Conclusion)
  • The position of CEO should not be based upon gender, if that may be the case
  • But by the candidates qualifications
    • What they can do for the company
  • The number of women CEO’s in major corporations will continue to grow, if certain people have a problem with that they will have to learn to get over that