By Peninah Thomson; Jacey Graham; Tom Lloyd
Within the bestseller A Woman's position is within the Boardroom, the authors defined the matter, gave entire perspectives of the way it appeared from each side, and offered the arguments for optimistic switch. This publication is all concerning the "how to." It takes all of the arguments and research of the 1st publication, and specializes in the right way to follow it and what to do.
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A man would have known. Women don’t go looking. I believed that, if someone wanted to hire me, he or she would approach me directly. ” But it is not enough to be alert. If hierarchy climbing doesn’t come naturally to you, you must also be consciously decisive. When a door opens for an ambitious and alert woman, a decision must often be made very quickly, before it closes. Many factors must be considered and many anxieties must be confronted. Is this the right opportunity? Will I regret it if I don’t go for it?
2. The challenge summarized An early version of what became the roadmap appeared in The Times in May 2007,13 in a list we gave to Penny Wark for her article on why so few ambitious women were being appointed to UK boards. We will be working through the roadmap in the chapters that follow and will add, in the sections at the end of the prescriptive chapters (2–9), some reﬂections on the implications for companies and company-like organizations of the chapter’s main points. We end this chapter with a summary of the roadmap’s key components.
During 2007, we worked with the European Professional Women’s Network (EPWN) and Diafora on a program based on, and informed by, the FTSE 100 Cross-Company Mentoring Programme model, but adapted to suit the French market. At a breakfast meeting in Paris hosted by Dr. Bertrand Collomb, président d’honneur of Lafarge, the leaders of six companies in the CAC 40 and large public enterprises met to discuss the creation of a cross-company mentoring initiative based on the UK program. They resolved to establish BoardWomen Partners to: 1.