Female drop outs?
Well done the 30% Club for tackling what they rightly describe as the danger zone, women between 28-38, which is the time many drop out of the work force to start a family, and do not return.
Other women programmes are tackling this important issue too with the Mentoring Foundation introducing their Next Generation programme alongside their very successful FTSE 100 Cross Mentoring scheme which they have run for some time.
We are doing our bit at Per Ardua and will be hosting some informal dinners aimed at providing insights from women who have gone all the way. Deanna Oppenheimer, formerly CEO of the Retail Bank at Barclays, and now on the Group Boards of AXA and Tesco, will be our inaugural guest speaker.You can read the FT article by clicking here.