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The gender divide in career progression must end and end now, explains Sue Unerman, Chief Transformation Officer at MediaCom. ‘There needs to be a change in approach both from business leaders and from people on the way up in their careers. Businesses need to do more, much more, but also there are a series of steps that women can take to drive their own progression.’

With more women than ever in the workforce, but still too few in the boardroom, it feels as if it’s the right time to address the assumptions and miscommunication holding women back.

Linklaters announced as a sponsor across influential event for C-Level leaders, sharing the latest success stories, strategies and challenges for negotiating deals and career development for women

LONDON - Oct. 24, 2018 -  Women make up over 60% of law students but less than a quarter of partners in law firms. *Linklaters' global Women's Leadership Programme provides those with the strongest potential with structured learning and coaching sessions at a crucial stage in senior female associates' careers.

LONDON - Oct. 9, 2018 - Women who do not feel ready for the challenge of a new role should throw themselves into a new experience.  Even if they need to grow in order to fulfil specific tasks and objectives. That's the advice from the president and group CEO of Tele2, Allison Kirkby, who says that women should dare to be fearless.

"Be curious and get out of your comfort zone, regularly," she explained. "It's a fantastic learning experience."

LONDON - Aug. 28, 2018 - A new event titled Women in TMT M&A 2018 has been announced by global news and events business TMT Finance to highlight the increasing presence of women leading strategy, mergers and acquisitions, financing and investments in telecoms, media and technology.