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Reversing the decline of women in organisational boardrooms

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    Women are not in boardrooms, and according to the 2023¬†Global Gender Gap Report,¬†the hires for women in leadership roles dropped 32% since the start of the pandemic. Women represent 50% of entry-level hires, but according to LinkedIn, only about 25% will move to top positions. Women tend to remain in functional roles, building teams, motivating …

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    Amanda Hamilton-Attwell
    Dr Amanda Hamilton-Attwell, ABC, APR, IABC Fellow is the founder and executive director of Business DNA providing specialised business communication services, e.g. communication strategies, audits and training, to local and international companies. She holds a Doctorate in Communication Science from the University of South Africa and is an Accredited Business Communicator with the International Association for Business Communicators.
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