Unilever grows female talent

Unilever’s efforts to ‘home-grow’ female leaders to more accurately reflect its largely female customer base are paying off, thanks to a global mentoring programme. As Coaching at Work went to press, Unilever workers in the UK planned to carry on striking against changes to their pension scheme, while group CEO Paul Polman was lambasted for being paid a salary 285 times that of the average worker. However, while Polman’s strategies have been criticised in some quarters, his approach to diversity seems to be hitting the spot. In the two years since Unilever launched its global mentoring programme to achieve greater ‘gender […]

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