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Female Orchestral Conductors and the “glass ceiling” (or should that be cast iron ceiling?)

Last week I received my annual free 7-day access ticket for the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestral concerts for the 2015/16 season that are broadcast live on the internet. Along with this came a very nice brochure showing the full programmes for … Continue reading

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Women and the “Glass Ceiling”……….is it still in tact?

‘One in, one out’ for female directors at top UK companies Study raises question of tokenism as FTSE 350 firms likely to appoint female director only as successor to another woman Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook, sparked a … Continue reading

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‘CLASS CEILING’ STILL BLOCKS STATE SCHOOL TALENT, FINDS REPORT

But, surprisingly, none of the bosses at biggest banks privately educated Employer efforts to improve social mobility and access into the professions are not having much impact, as research finds that in 2013 almost half of the UK’s top business … Continue reading

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So where are the all the women?

This morning I received a glossy brochure from the Berlin Philharmonic advertising concerts for the 2013 / 14 season and inviting me to subscribe to the “digital concert hall”. The philharmonic have been at the forefront of developing “on line … Continue reading

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Another Glass Ceiling Broken……….Perhaps? (watch this space)

Lloyds may appoint woman as next chairman as Bischoff seeks exit The starting pistol was fired on the race to find the next chairman of Lloyds Banking Group yesterday as the current chairman, Sir Win Bischoff, 72, said he wanted … Continue reading

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