Women Getting Into Boards

Rodgers-Healey, Diann (2009) Women Getting Into Boards. Report. Australian Center for Leadership for Women, Minnamurra, NSW.

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Abstract

[Extract] The Australian Centre for Leadership for Women (ACLW) in 2009 conducted an online survey in 2009 about the difficulties women face getting into boards. 317 women participated in the survey, with 92% being Australian.

The findings reveal key insights into why there are so few women on boards and the effectiveness of resources to enable women’s access into boards. A number of recommendations are made for workplaces, government and boards to undertake to assist women achieve board position.

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Date Deposited: 23 Jan 2013 02:57
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