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How to build corporate cultures that empower and attract talented women

  • Wharton San Francisco 2 Harrison Street San Francisco, CA, 94105 United States (map)

While women compose 46.8% of the total labor force, they currently hold only 4.6% (23) of CEO positions and 19.2% of corporate board seats at S&P 500 companies, and 19.4 % of seats in US Congress.  This imbalance of representation, and according to the Financial Times, male-dominated work place culture, is alienating talented women. How can companies create corporate cultures that attract top talented women? Learn practical advice and techniques for how women leaders and entrepreneurs can overcome the challenges they encounter when working in male-dominated teams and cultures.

Who should attend:

  • Women entrepreneurs, investors, and advisors
  • Directors of Human Resources
  • Men and women in leadership roles interested in creating a culture that maximizes performance by empowering gender equality
  • Women interested in learning skills on how to navigate cultures, teams, and meetings where they feel their voice is not heard, or they are being interrupted or ignored in meetings.
  • Women working in male dominated cultures interested in learning skills how to overcome these challenges or interested in becoming an agent for change.
  • Leaders interested in redesigning work place culture or companies struggling with shaping their work place culture
  • Men interested in collaborating with women to challenge and change typically masculine behavior and male dominated culture so all employees are respected and given space to perform.