Representation Matters…Carol Rosati OBE

Carol is a non-executive director, qualified Coach, diversity campaigner & advocate for more inclusive workplaces. She has championed women in senior leadership for the last decade. Over the last 25 years as a head-hunter, Carol has helped people on their career journey. She is passionate about helping others to learn and develop better ways to handle the issues that are standing in the way of their goals.

Having founded Inspire, the global network for senior business women, which connects over 8,000 senior businesswomen worldwide, she has encouraged and helped thousands of women to achieve their goals and aspirations and was honoured to receive an OBE for services to Women in Business in 2015. She was also included in the Global Top 50 D&I professionals list in 2016 and 2017. Carol is a Trustee on the UN Women UK National Committee. She is based in London.

Episode Highlights: 

1 ) What inspired Carol to launch Inspire Network, now connecting over 8,000 women in board level positions.

2 ) How to avoid ‘group think’ and to increase innovation within teams

3 ) How unconscious and conscious bias can influence decision-making at the top

4 ) Building an inclusive culture – Practical ways to help people to see life through the eyes of others

5 ) The shift in UK business’ priorities to focus on diversity and inclusion. How boards are now more responsible than ever for the culture of an organisation

6 ) Creating a sustainable pipeline to increase diversity within leadership positions

7 ) The realities of ‘impostor syndrome’ for women and practical ways to be more prepared to break the glass ceiling

8 ) The importance of having a coach, mentor and a sponsor to help people reach their full potential

9 ) How to balance your career progression with raising a family

10 ) The stereotypes associated with the roles of men and women in parental leave
Host: Becky Shand

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