Tag: Women in the Workplace

France Votes Gender Quotas For Executive Leadership

 Germany started the move in 2020, and now it’s France’s turn. By Avivah Wittenberg-Cox After quotas on corporate boards spread across Europe in recent years, countries are now pointing their legislation at Executive leadership. In a historic vote, France’s Parliament this week voted to introduce gender quotas on the Executive Teams and leadership pipelines of companies over 1,000 people. The targets set are…

Dambisa Moyo on the Cultural Revolution Hitting Boardrooms

The economist and political commentator known for her clear, outspoken views on challenging topics recently spoke to Worth about how corporate boards can work better in our tumultuous world. By James Ledbetter Dambisa Moyo is an economist and political commentator known for clear, outspoken views on big and challenging topics. TIME magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world,…

First Woman Chosen as Editor-in-Chief of Reuters

Alessandra Galloni will succeed Stephen J Adler, who is retiring this month after a decade in the role. By Ian Horswill Alessandra Galloni is the first woman to be appointed Editor-in-Chief of Reuters, the world’s largest international multimedia news provider, in its 170-year history. President Michael Friedenberg wrote to employees to share that Galloni, previously Global Managing Editor at Reuters, will oversee all editorial functions…