Gender diversity in business and, in particular, within the management teams has become a topic increasingly discussed in researches and also a social phenomenon especially in Western Countries. HART Consulting together with its partners, Adina Bigas, ASEBUSS, and EXEC-Edu, initiated and carried a research on three pillars, looking the same time at the individual, organization and society.
The results of the research will be presented at the event “Gender Diversity in the Romanian Leadership” which will take place on Wednesday, November 27, at Elisabeta Restaurant.
The topics discussed at the event will be what types of roles or jobs are best suited for men and women, do people have a less favorable attitude toward women than toward men in leader roles, research-based perspective: female leadership and male leadership or yin and yang in business, how can diversity be managed in organizations, is still leadership a male prerogative in the modern society, import practices and valuable lessons of the West.
The event, moderated by Dana Deac, will have as speakers Crina Ilie, Europe Learning and Development Leader, Genpact, Monica Ene, Country Manager, Intel Romania Software Development Center (IRSDC), Raluca Kisescu, Marketing Director, Avon, Sandra Pralong, President SynergEtica Foundation, Dan Pascariu, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, UniCredit Tiriac Bank, Sorin Paslaru, editor-in-chief Ziarul Financiar, Alina Zarnescu, Human Resources Director, Xerox Romania, Sotiris Chatzidakis, Executive Vice President, CEO Clubs International, Lavinia Rasca, President, European Professional Women’s Network Romania, Adina Bigas, Organizational Development Consultant, Madalina Balan, Managing Partner, HART Consulting.
More details about the event and speakers: http://www.hart.ro/en/hr-strategic-conference/gender-diversity-how-is-it-seen-in-romanian-business/
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