Inclusive Networking and Sponsorship

Inclusivity

This research report shows that despite widespread mentoring initiatives, women perceive they have less access than their male colleagues to key forms of social capital.

  1. Networking (often informally)
  2. Sponsorship

This report goes on to present individual and organisational actions to tackle women’s more restricted access to informal networking and sponsorship.

Author

Jill Armstrong, Bye Fellow at Murray Edwards College and lead researcher on the Collaborating with Men programme.

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