Keynote speaker, Elin Hurvenes, explained that in 2002 Norway introduced quota legislation for female representation on boards, which led to an increase of female NEDs from 6% to 40% and the quota was met in 2008.
From starting up her own language business to senior roles in multinational corporations, the public and charitable sectors, Jenny has demonstrated an ability to be creative, flexible and engaging in her leadership. Her career trajectory is the epitome of a portfolio career.
The ethical challenges and opportunities for Boards facing the Future of Work- balancing stakeholders’ perspectives and mega trends.
Role modelling continuous improvement, Dianne Caddle started out as a social researcher and single mum to become one of the most senior black woman in the Ministry of Justice. She sponsors and mentors others to believe in themselves and their capabilities.
“If music were the food of love, play on…” pleads Count Orsino in Act 1 of Twelfth Night. The panellists, led by Dame Esther Rantzen, demonstrated that music is far more than love. It is the most profound and fundamental link among humans and the world around us.