Upstart: Developing female talent

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The representation of women at senior levels within organisations continues to be a hot topic, with research showing that 85% of FTSE 350 companies do not have a female board member in an executive role. 

In July, Dame Inga Beale, the first female boss of Lloyd’s of London, effectively said ‘Enough is enough’ as she called for targets and quotas for gender balance...

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