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Women´s voices are underrepresented in the public when it comes to business issues. Therefore, KPMG International and Global Female Leaders decided three years ago to change this by creating a business survey focusing on the views and issues of women business leaders around the world.
A "continue as it is" is not an option for female leaders. The second Global Female Leaders Outlook shows, that there are new ways to tackle digitalization and the climate challenge and to approach a more sustainable way of living. Enjoy this 2019 thought-provoking report.
We met Debbie Stanford-Kristiansen at the Global Female Leaders summit 2019 and asked why mentorship is so important for her and which experiences she made with this approach. This article provides a summary of that interview.
If the Financial Times were a person, what would they look like? The reality might surprise you as the FT is much more than a publication for male finance professionals. The FT is offering all friends of Global Female Leaders a free three month guest pass to ft.com. The pass gives unlimited access to digital articles, columns and features and so much more.
In cooperation, the Global Female Leaders with KPMG International and KPMG in Germany have decided to conduct the Second Global Female Leaders Outlook (GFLO) in order to prioritise the views of female leaders. Be part of this study!
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. Be part of this study!
Download: Review 2019 - Collaborating to Build a Better World