Women at work: championing change through research

Faculty and practitioners share personal stories on tackling gender disparity


London Business School (LBS) faculty and practitioners share personal stories about why they’re dedicated to tackling gender disparity.

They candidly explain what motivates them, the challenges for women in the workplace, what the research tells us and how we can all work together to make real impactful change.

“It only happens when lots of people work hard at it. And I want to be one of those people.”

Randall Peterson

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Comments (3)

cagbakwuru978 5 years, 8 months and 2 days ago

Leadership is all about demonstrating the ability to lead by personal comportments, intelligence input, showing good examples, power to command based on ethical conformity and respect for laid down principles that are tailored to bring about desired changes. No leadership can effect positive changes with negation of basic fundamental principles guiding its relevance. In playing leadership roles therefore, women generally should cry out for a serious change in undesirable behaviors and comportments of the female gender starting from their homes and entire communities where they belong for them to make positive impacts on Leadership.

cagbakwuru978 5 years, 10 months and 23 days ago

It is not worthwhile making much ado about nothing, the truth is that women generally are not forthcoming in Research studies practice and this has practically nothing to do with gender issue as proclaimed. It has to be made very clear here that the present global world makes no room for laxity and gender distinctions about human resource propensities as put into full practice and identified by their valuable contributions.

kevinbalaji26 5 years, 11 months and 2 days ago

A true inspiration by professor Randall Peterson