What we already know about recruiting women: it’s ineffective, insufficient, and often a dismal failure. We acknowledge there’s a problem. What we haven’t identified are actionable recruiting solutions. The critical talent-acquisition question is, “What’s so different about hiring women than men?”

In this episode, we hear from Margaret Spence who is the CEO of C. Douglas & Associates and Founder of The Employee to CEO Project, which is aimed at empowering organizations to champion pathways to C-Suite Leadership for diverse women. Margaret has had an amazing journey from a career as an insurance adjuster to building an award-winning Risk & HR Consulting practice, she also authored “Leadership Self-Transformation: 52 Career-Defining Questions Every High-Achieving Woman Must Answer”.  You can follow Margaret on Twitter @margaretspence

 

Podcast Hosted by Lore Epstein

Music and Engineering by Afotey Odai

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