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Advancing Gender Parity: New Strategies to Develop Organizational Change Leaders

The Conference Board, Inc., October 23, 2018
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Culture change is swiftly progressing, and with it has arisen a staunch demand for organizations to seek greater gender parity. For companies behind the curve, the risks can be severe, rendering an enterprise more vulnerable to reputational, legal, and business losses.

But for businesses that answer the call for change, the benefits can be significant—allowing the organization to pull together a more diverse, engaged workforce that is continuously striving for innovation. At this year’s 14th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference, business leaders from top organizations learned solutions for growing a culture of leaders and change agents—both women and men—on gender parity.

Webinar Highlights

Join our expert panel, featuring top executives from Thomson Reuters and Claire’s Inc., to learn how to:

  • Bring more women into senior leadership positions, including the C-Suite and Boardrooms
  • Clear roadblocks that can keep high-potential women from rising to senior leadership roles
  • Amplify diverse voices through reverse mentoring and employing more women of color as mentors

Jackie Cureton

Jackie Cureton

Global Head of HR, GTM Transformation, GGO
Thomson Reuters

Jackie Cureton is the Global Head of HR, GTM Transformation, GGO at Thomson Reuters, focusing on Sales effectiveness and enablement for our Emerging Markets.

Ron Marshall

Ron Marshall

Chief Executive Officer
Claire's Inc.

Ron Marshall is a seasoned Chief Executive who has specialized in turning around troubled retail companies through cultural transformation, operation reengineering, financial restructuring and the development of innovative strategies.

Natalie Runyon

Natalie Runyon

Head of Talent Platform, Legal Executive Institute
Thomson Reuters

Natalie Runyon has 20 years of experience working and volunteering for multinational corporations, non profits, and the US Government--Thomson Reuters, Goldman Sachs, and Central Intelligence Agency.

Amanda Popiela

Amanda Popiela

Researcher, Human Capital
The Conference Board

Amanda Popiela is a researcher in human capital for The Conference Board. She conducts research in a variety of topic areas including talent management, employee engagement, and diversity & inclusion.

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