London Women’s Forum and The Financial Times invite you to join us for the next Women at the Top Summit – Transforming Leadership
The event will tackle one of the most complex challenges we face today: how to fix the gender imbalance in the top ranks of business in Britain and beyond.
The composition of top UK management remains stubbornly uniform despite significant progress to make organisations more diverse and inclusive. The costs to companies and the economy of male dominated leadership are well documented. Yet many employers are still inadvertently turning away future leaders – male and female – by continuing business as usual.
Join us to look at how leadership could be transformed over the next decade as the impact of policy changes becomes clear. Hear practical examples and insights from the most forward thinking business leaders, academics and policy makers tackling the gender imbalance and take part in action-focused debate to discover how you can effect change.
LWF’s Senior Female Network seeks to address just that. Not only do we help our members move up to the top of the ladder but we help the futures leaders climb up behind them.
We hope to see you there.
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Helena Morrissey CBE, Head of Personal Investing, Legal & General Investment Management;Founder, 30% Club
Marlène Schiappa, Secretary of State for Equality, Government of France
Angela Saini, Science journalist and author of Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong
Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO, New America
Laszlo Bock, CEO, Humu; former SVP of People Operations, Google
Iris Bohnet, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Laura Haynes, Chair, UN Women National Committee UK
Turid Elisabeth Solvang, Founder and CEO, Future Boards
Mark Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, Aviv
We have negotiated a 10% discount for our members to attend, a saving of £100 on a single ticket to this leading summit which can be activated by using the code LWF10 when registering. Further discounts are available for two or more bookings.