Establishing a strong leadership team, from senior management through to executive board, is critical to the sustainability and future success of a business. While all recruitment decisions are important, choosing the right board members can be one of the most challenging tasks a company can face.
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We’re seeing more organisations in our region taking a wholehearted approach to leadership. Leaders are engaging their teams by directly connecting with them, focussing on their development needs and creating more inclusive work environments
As the movement towards achieving more women in senior leadership positions continues, we have committed to reporting on the gender balance of our Executive placements throughout the Eastern region each year.
Victory Housing Trust provides housing services to Norfolk and employs around 90 people. It has been proactive in encouraging senior women to attend the Women’s Leadership Programme run by Pure Resourcing and People & Performance Ltd.
A place on the next course has been sponsored by Suffolk-based Blossom Charity, which supports women in enterprise at all stages in their career, to make this course more accessible to local organisations which may not previously have had the budget to develop their talent pipeline in this way.
Senior finance professionals from across the East of England have come together to discuss the UK’s departure from the European Union at a series of Finance Director (FD) Breakfast Clubs organised by executive recruitment consultants Pure Executive and accountancy firm Grant Thornton.
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?