Pure brought together forty leaders and CEOs from charitable organisations across the Eastern region for its annual Charity Leaders Forum in Cambridge
Diversity is widely understood to be fundamental to the sustained growth of any business. So how can businesses of all shapes and sizes take steps to build a pipeline of more women progressing into leadership roles?
Businesses in Suffolk face the increased pressure of being close to London. So, when it comes to recruiting, while they may not be able to compete with the capital’s weighted salaries, they can compete on employer brand.
The next series of Finance Director (FD) Breakfast Clubs will take place in June and July, giving senior finance professionals from across the Eastern region the chance to come together to discuss the UK’s departure from the European Union (EU).
More than 60 business people from across the Eastern region attended Pure’s second Women’s Leadership Alumni event to continue discussions on progressing gender equality in organisations of all sizes and sectors.
The Women’s Leadership Programme, developed by Pure and People & Performance, has been designed to develop the region’s leading professional females and includes two days of facilitated learning, two coaching sessions, access to high-quality speakers, and support to create a professional development plan long after the course has completed.
Pure will be hosting its second Women’s Leadership Alumni event, bringing together past and present delegates, and their employer sponsors, for a morning of continued development and inspiring guest speakers.
Pure is continuing to support organisations in the East of England to achieve the business benefits of gender equality with seven more women graduating from its highly successful Women’s Leadership Programme.
Are you or a member of your team an aspiring leader looking to broaden their leadership skills, confidence and build a network of like-minded professionals? The Women’s Leadership Programme, developed by Pure and People & Performance, has been designed to develop the region’s leading professional females.
Ray Moore, Fluid Business Consulting, and one of Pure Executive Partners, addresses family businesses, especially second-generation businesses, and their unique challenges when approaching succession planning.