Equal numbers of men and women get qualifications and enter the workplace but by the time we look at a few steps on from the entry level roles, for example at director level, it is 65% men 35% women, by C-Suite level men make up 78%. Why is that still the case? One big reason is that in the workplace women still struggle to be fully heard. This means they don’t get credited for their work and their ideas and they are not seen as” leadership material”.
She Said! looks at what the societal norms and paradigms are that still make it harder for women to be heard, and what can individual women do to navigate or challenge the issues?