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Why Women’s Leadership Matters

While women’s role in society has evolved significantly in the last 50 years, they continue to face unique challenges as they move into positions of leadership. At the same time, we see women leaders transforming organizations and aspects of society as they ascend more regularly into leadership roles. How can we understand both the challenges and the opportunities presented by women’s leadership? How do issues like gender roles, work-life balance, and mentorship shape women’s leadership? How are women in leadership leveraging the opportunity to, as Peter Drucker suggested, provide the organization with the human diversity it needs?

In honor of Women’s History Month and the contributions of women in leadership across all industries, we will conclude the Human Side of Management series with a discussion on “Why Women’s Leadership Matters” on Wednesday, March 24, from 12:00–1:00 pm PDT. Drucker School Interim Dean and Clinical Associate Professor Katharina Pick will moderate the discussion. Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions for our panelists when completing registration. Questions will be addressed as time allows.

Learn more about the speakers on our all-female panel and register today by visiting the link below.

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