Women in the C-suite: Addressing the Market Shortfall
About this talk
The female proportion of people in leadership positions across Lloyd’s businesses has increased by one percentage point to 30% in the past year, according to the Corporation’s latest figures.
The latest version of Lloyd’s culture dashboard revealed progress towards the market target of 35% female representation in leadership positions – including the presence of boards and executive committees and direct reports to the latter. With just over a quarter of businesses (26%) in the market have met or exceeded the 35% target, and 63% have increased the proportion of female leadership in the past year.
Join our webinar discussion on Women in the C-suite: Addressing the market shortfall, in partnership with AIG & Arch, as our experts provide insight on addressing the market shortfall, ensuring momentum continues and addressing any areas of weakness, to maintain the unique ability to attract, connect and grow the best talent in the industry.
This session will focus on practical ways in which companies can progress when it comes to female representation, with discussion points including:
• Why has progress been so slow?
• The importance of role modelling – if you can’t see it, it’s hard to be it
• Breaking down the barriers to female career progression
• Hiring and promotion – are we recruiting most effectively? Balancing meritocracy with the need to increase gender balance
• Bringing women back into the market after career breaks
Date: Wednesday, 5th October 2022
Webinar Discussion: 3:00 – 4:00pm BST
Catrin Shi, Editor-in-Chief, Insurance Insider
o Sheila Cameron, Chief Executive Officer, Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA)
o Patrick Tiernan, Chief of Markets, Lloyd’s
o Adrian Cox, Chief Executive Officer, Beazley