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Although we have come a very long way since 2011 and many of our stakeholders have made extraordinary efforts to change the gender dynamic in British boardrooms, continued and concerted action is still needed if we are to reach the 25% target we set by 2015.
The spotlight on gender inequality in the boardroom is important as such glaring imbalances need to be addressed, but in no way should the focus on diversity end there. To perform to the highest level, businesses require a rich mix of people so that insight is coming from those whose age, race, social background, gender and range of skills and experience are different.
With more required from today’s non-executive directors, it’s vital you acquire the right skills and experience before accepting any position. Criticaleye speaks to seasoned NEDs to find out how they prepared for their first role while still an executive.