Women given ‘wrong’ support

By Liz Hall Many employers are barking up the wrong tree in their bids to promote women’s career progression, suggests new research. Despite an increase in women on boards, the number being promoted into executive roles to replace them has fallen and businesses are failing to take the right steps to resolve this imbalance, suggests Ines Wichert from Kenexa’s High Performance Institute. Offering mentors to women and giving them high-stretch, high-visibility roles, are among the positive steps that can be taken. Dr Wichert, senior psychologist at the Institute’s Women in Leadership hub, carried out research among 1,145 UK male and […]

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