Morgan McKinley, together with Women on Boards, held our annual Women in Leadership Luncheon 2 months ago. This year’s event was entitled: "Why, despite an increased focus, have we not moved the needle on the diversity dial and what else can we do to drive tangible results?"
Last month, Morgan McKinley, together with Women on Boards, held our annual Women in Leadership Luncheon. This year’s event was entitled: "Why, despite an increased focus, have we not moved the needle on the diversity dial and what else can we do to drive tangible results?"
Morgan McKinley in partnership with Women on Boards were delighted to see such a huge uptake for our panel discussion on "Moving the dial on diversity" last Friday. We were so pleased to see so many familiar faces there, and for those that were able to attend I think you will agree our panel really took the discussion to the next level with some
Whilst we have many great managers across our organisations that can expertly organise the resources and have the people and processes necessary to achieve the business objective; it is great leadership that can really effect change and has the ability to transform a business.
Last week saw the latest event in Morgan McKinley’s Executive Dining series, with guest speaker Phil Kearns delighting an intimate crowd with stories all-things-rugby, his experiences transitioning into corporate Australia and how he was able to leverage his on-field experiences in the office, and of course the obligatory discussion around the
This week saw the release of Morgan McKinley’s white paper on the back of the latest event in our Strategy & Project Management Breakfast Series: Managing your competitive edge through data - big & small.