A Working Culture That Works for Women

Thursday, January 25, 2024
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

While many firms have long declared gender equality a priority, women are still not seeing enough significant action. According to McKinsey’s 2023 Women in the Workplace report, for every 100 men promoted from entry-level to manager, 87 women, and only 73 women of color, are promoted. Women also experience microaggressions at a significantly higher rate than men, making them three times more likely to quit their jobs and four times more likely to have chronic burnout. Reconciling antiquated organizational policies, facilities, and mindsets is crucial to equal representation in the workplace and improved working conditions for women.

Join fellow leaders, subject matter experts, and major employers for a panel discussion to better understand and empower women in all fields, especially those from male-centric industries. Recognize what non-inclusive roadblocks remain and learn how to constructively address and remove these obstacles with colleagues and employers. Take away strategies that any company can use to nurture an inclusive culture that practices bias prevention and mental wellness to better attract, retain, and grow the careers of talented women.

Speakers to Date:
Christine Johnson, Partner, McKinsey & Company
Veronica McKee, CMP, Chief Marketing Officer, The Haverford Trust Company
Moderated by: Teresa Lundy, Principal and Founder, TML Communications

This Event is Closed


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