Despite decades of policies designed to increase the number of women in leadership positions, they still only make up 15 per cent of CEOs in Canada, and hold 27 per cent of the seats in the House of Commons. Colleen Moorehead, editor of ,The Collective Wisdom of High-Performing Women, and Sylvia Bashevkin, editor of ,Doing Politics Differently?: Women Premiers in Canada's Provinces and Territories,, join Nam Kiwanuka to discuss how women can rise to the top in business and politics.
Episode:
The Agenda in the Summer: Women in Leadership
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Politics
Aired:
Jul 10, 2019
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