FTSE 100 mentoring body expands to aid gender diversity

The successful FTSE 100 Cross-Company Mentoring Programme last month (October) morphed into the Mentoring Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation headed up by the programme’s original founder, Peninah Thomson. Thomson said: “The programme’s success, its recent extension to cover FTSE 350 companies, and the increased demand for female directors following the publication of the Davies Report earlier this year, oblige us to establish the programme on an independent footing.” Also last month (October), Cranfield School of Management published a six-month progress report. Some 22.5 per cent of new appointments to FTSE 100 boards are female – up to 14.2 per cent of […]

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