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Coaching Comment - Executive Coaching Consultancy - March 2014
Welcome message from Geraldine Gallacher for the Coaching Comment Newsletter March 2014.
Fast forward to 30% : goal of improved board diversity is in sight
There has been an encouraging acceleration of progress towards the objective of achieving a 30% representation of women on the boards of UK companies, but Helena Morrissey, a leading voice on this issue, says that stumbling blocks remain as employers still find themselves struggling to ‘get the basics right’.
Ashurst’s inspiring ‘Women in Business’ event marks International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day was held in March and to coincide with it, international law firm Ashurst created a three-day programme of events called ‘Women in Business’. This included a lively and entertaining panel session that covered a wide range of topics.
Huffpost - Ladies... Mind the Gap
Based on her experience of coaching women at different stages here's Geraldine Gallacher's take on the generation gap that exists between BabyBoomer business leaders, Gen X mothers and Gen Y new starters.
Capital Careers: Re-energised
In her fifth and final article looking at the stages of a woman’s career, Geraldine Gallacher looks at the great opportunities that lie ahead.
Capital Careers: Tuning
In the fourth of a five-part series looking at a woman’s career journey, Geraldine Gallacher considers tuning.