In a patriarchal society, rules for success in the workplace are rarely defined by women. This means that women’s achievements are often judged with bias and against a background of outdated cultural nuances and societal constructs. For more women to thrive in their careers, businesses need to throw out any stated or implied rules and accept that success is contextual and individual.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, join our virtual event to learn how business leaders can create and sustain environments where all women succeed. It will be a lively, informative, and inspiring discussion covering gender identity, ethnicity, and culture.
Date and Times
Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Time: 14.30 GMT / 16:30 CET / 10:30 EST
Dale Simon CBE
Dale is a board member for the Office of Legal Complaints and a member of the House of Commons Independent Expert Panel.
Dani is an Oliver Wyman Partner in our Financial Services practice based in New York. Her work focuses on the intersection of corporate and institutional banking, risk, and technology.
Dr Kamel Hothi OBE
Kamel is a former banker who is now an advisor to the Queen's Commonwealth Trust. She is an non-executive director at TLC Lions, where she supports companies with inclusion, wellbeing, and leadership. Kamel is also on the environmental, social, and corporate governance committee for Lloyds of London.
Finja Carolin Kütz
Finja is a former Oliver Wyman Partner who is a leading expert on transformation, innovation, and sustainable business building in financial services.
Keith is a Partner at Oliver Wyman and head of our organisational effectiveness practice in Europe.