Category Archives: Gender

Embedding Gender Diversity into Talent Management

There’s no way to build effective diversity and inclusion approaches without modifying the existing talent management processes. We can tirelessly repeat the benefits of  having a diverse workforce and we can develop sophisticated business cases but real change will only … Continue reading

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Gender at the crossroads

Numbers fatigue Yes, I’m getting tired of the constant drop of statistics showing that we are far from gender equality in the workplace. I have to confess that I don’t pay attention to them anymore. We invest much time and … Continue reading

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3 Mentality patterns of men executives sustaining the glass ceiling

With the increasing political and social pressure around gender equality, it is becoming challenging to know what men executives really think about the topic. Most of them don’t dare to share their true opinion about women advancement to the top executive … Continue reading

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Men and Gender Equality

After some years of being a blogger about Diversity and Inclusion in Spanish, I would like to begin posting also in English. Talking about gender from a masculine perspective seems to me a good start for a first post. As a … Continue reading

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