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The next generation of female leaders

With the global rates of female leadership set to grow by 36 per cent, it is clear the benefits of gender balance in the workplace are being recognised. Nurturing and supporting this growth is at the heart of the Cambridge…

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Juggling act: banking, family and rowing

Ailsa Kegler of Newton Investment Management, an alumna of the Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP 2015) delivered by Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education, talks about leadership, gender inequality and the Boat Race. You have been working at BNY Mellon and…

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The top five lessons from female leaders

Women in leadership: let's focus on how women succeed, not on why they fail. Why do women 'fail' to make it to the top? The glass ceiling, the glass cliff, the burden of childcare responsibilities, social and cultural restraints? The…

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SensorHut honours

Double award success for Accelerate Cambridge venture and its founder. SensorHut, a venture supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, has won third prize in the energy & environment category of the…

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The women transforming the Middle East

These Middle Eastern entrepreneurs are changing the face of global innovation. And they are all women. Esraa Saleh is a petite, veiled, 23-year-old woman from a tiny, traditional rural village in Egypt. Not exactly unusual in Egypt, but a very different…

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Scholarships unveiled at women’s conference

Cambridge Judge Business School and the 30% Club announce the recipients of four scholarships at the Women's Leadership Initiative Conference: Growing Together. The recipients of four scholarships granted to Cambridge Judge by the 30% Club were announced today at the…

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Research recognition

Cambridge Judge PhDs nominated for prestigious awards for their research at top management conferences. Two PhD candidates at the School have been nominated for prestigious awards for their research papers, which they will present at two upcoming top management conferences.…

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Reading the face of a leader

Women (but not men) with both high and low facial masculinity are perceived as competitive leaders, finds new academic study. Study is co-authored by Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School and Professor of Leadership…

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Looking beyond corporate boards

Director term limits and corporate governance codes, but not quotas, help boost female representation in top executive positions, finds new study from Cambridge Judge Business School and the 30% Club. Term limits for directors and gender diversity rules in corporate…

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Women and business

Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge speaks at several high profile events of interest to women in business. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge Business School, who authored a pioneering study last year on women in corporate boardrooms and is instrumental…

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