Business & Entrepreneurship

For businesses that want to compete in the global marketplace, the development of a culturally and internationally competent work force is fundamental to success. Business professionals increasingly seek out international experience as a key to professional development and advancement. The stakes are high, therefore, to ensure that global assignments are both readily available and successful. Yet women lag behind men in taking on international transfers, and the hurdles they face – “trailing” spouses, competing family and community responsibilities, inadequate training, challenging timetables and disadvantages on repatriation – are generally more numerous for women than for men. Through NCRW’s network, professionals and HR leaders are provided with the information they need to develop a business case for change as well as best practices for developing a more diversified talent pool.

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 *By Julie Zeilinger
Jacki Zehner--former Goldman Sachs partner--mentioned the Council and our report Women in Fund Management on her blog yesterday:
By Karen O’Connor*One need only look to the Declaration of Sentiments adopted by the women in attendance at the Seneca Falls Convention in...


  • November 29, 2011

    Key findings about women on corporate boards around the world, from Corporate Women Directors International.

  • November 27, 2011

    Special report explores the reasons why progress in the rich world seems to have stalled and what can be done about it. It will start by explaining what sort of work women do, and why that matters.

  • November 21, 2011

    As vice president for talent development at J.P. Morgan, and later as director of recruiting at Deloitte, Jane Hyun noticed a curious thing: Many companies embrace diversity in hiring, going out of their way to bring talent on board from a wide array...

  • November 21, 2011
    Women are beginning to crack Europe's boardroom glass ceilings thanks to government quotas, while their advance in the United States has nearly stalled, a new study found. The inclusion of more women in boardrooms is crucial to boosting...

  • November 14, 2011

    Article discusses the lack of women in executive positions but warns against conversation about the merits of employing women because of the perceived benefits that their gender might bring