Women leaders in Further Education were told by Anne Doyle, journalist, author and former Director at Ford Motor Company to ‘embrace and exert our women power’ at the annual conference of the Women’s Leadership Network entitled ‘Women mean Business’ held in London 0n 17 June. Anne, a renowned international speaker on women’s leadership, went on […]
Is your peoples’ health your problem? Dr Alisoun Carey will be tackling this topic in her workshop titled Eat well, live well, work well. Delivering organisational change through total wellness solutions at the forthcoming WLN annual conference on 17th June 2016. This workshop will look at employee’s health and the impact on performance in the […]
Paula Rowland, Director of Technologies at Hugh Baird College, will be delivering a workshop on Growing Apprenticeships in Challenging Times at the WLN annual conference on 17th June. Forging meaningful employer links and growing apprenticeships remains one of the most formidable challenges faced by colleges. At a time when effectiveness of the organisation is increasingly measured […]
One of the Women’s Leadership Network (WLN)’s major objectives is to contribute to the closing of the gender gap at the most senior levels in the sector. The Network is the only national organisation to monitor the level of female representation at Principal / CEO level in FE colleges and has been tracking the gender […]
Has the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) increased the level of women in senior leadership positions of English Further Education (F.E.) colleges? This research investigated the glass ceiling, culture and leadership style of F.E. colleges in England as well as the impact of the PSED on gender equality within senior management positions. Read the report.