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The Rise of the Feminine

The Rise of the Feminine

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October 24th 2016:The Price of Motherhood - Too Expensive, Cheap Labour or Priceless?

Today we have five guests on our subject of motherhood exploring the cost of this to women, the lost opportunities and how a new narrative is being created about maternity leave and women returning to work. This is a great follow-on from previous conversations about the Feminisation of Business because achieving greater equality at the top of organisations is very much hampered by women leaving the talent pipeline that serves those executive positions. Taking time out for motherhood is obviously a key factor. My conversations will be with Prof Shelley Correll from the Michelle R. Clayman In

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Prof. Shelley J. Correll

Shelley J. Correll is professor of sociology and organizational behavior at Stanford University and the Barbara D. Finberg Director of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Her expertise is in the areas of gender, workplace dynamics and organizational culture. She has received numerous national awards for her research on the “motherhood penalty,” research that demonstrates how motherhood influences the workplace evaluations, pay and job opportunities of mothers. Professor Correll recently led a nationwide, interdisciplinary project on “redesigning work” that evaluates how workplaces structures and practices can reconfigured to be simultaneously more inclusive and more innovative.
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Indra Adnan

Indra Adnan is Director of the Soft Power Network and Associate of Compass think tank in the UK. For over twenty years, Indra has been writing and consulting in the international arena of soft power, conflict transformation and the ‘new’ transformational politics. She is a seasoned public speaker, practicing socio-psychotherapist and coach, working in both the public and private sphere advising on personal, local and global agency with clients in Brazil, Finland, India, Mexico and the UK. Indra co-authored New Times with Neal Lawson, writes for The Guardian and Huffington Post and her e-book Soft Power Agenda is available on indraadnan.com
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Andrea Vitullo

Andrea Vitullo is an Executive Coach with several years of coaching experience and a long career at senior level in successful organizations (Unilever, Allianz). Andrea has a proven track record in coaching numerous international top managers in the Insurance, Banking, Chemical, Information Technology, Retailers & Distribution, Luxury and Pharmaceutical industries. In 2006 he founded in Italy his own Company, Inspire www.in-spire.biz. He currently designs and delivers strategic & development paths related to reflective and transformative leadership, ethics and values through a philosophical approach.
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Dr. Giorgia Arnaboldi

Dr. Giorgia Arnabodi is the Managing Director at Shell Energy Deutschland and Head of Commercial North West Europe. She joined Shell in 2000, where she has developed business development, sales and marketing roles in several business lines (lubricants, fuels, energy). She is responsible for maintaining, developing and growing customers in North West Europe. The North West Region covers UK, Nordic countries, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. She also defines strategic direction and business guidance to approach market and the specific customer segments.
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