Women in leadership is a rising topic. At the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos in January, the number of attending women was up to 21 percent and all seven Co-Chairs were female, as CNBC stated.
Give Voice to Global Female Leaders
However, the number of women in leadership positions is still increasing too slowly. Hence, most respondents to business/economic studies tend to be male. In cooperation, the Global Female Leaders with KPMG International and KPMG in Germany have decided to conduct the study Global Female Leaders Outlook (GFLO) in order to prioritise – for the first time on a global basis – the views of female leaders. The questionnaire is based on the KPMG International “Global CEO Outlook” to directly compare male and female perspectives on economic, business, technological and leadership issues.
Study GFLO – Join Us!
We would like to invite you, as a female leader, to participate in this study. The questionnaire takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. All responses will be anonymised and treated as strictly confidential. Be part of an international and female based study – we want your voice!
If you have not received the survey link yet, please send an email to Lisa Schachner at Globalsummits@managementcircle.com.
The results will be released at the Global Female Leaders 2018. We are looking forward to this first-time study and are pleased with your support. See you in Berlin on June, 3rd at the Global Female Leaders 2018!
Global Female Leaders 2017: A Thorough Look Back
To sum up this great event in a single blogpost would be nearly impossible. Fortunately, we don’t have to try this, because our dear partner Accenture provided us with an in-depth White Paper, that you can now download on our website!
Just fill out the form below and enjoy over 50 pages of insights and key takeaways from the 2017 summit. We thank Accenture for their contribution and hope you enjoy the read!