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  • 20 Jul 2016

    #WomenInLeadership | Episode 2 – Nicky Murdoch

    THIS EPISODE IN THE SERIES FEATURES NICKY MURDOCH, CEO OF DEFENCE MEDICAL WELFARE SERVICE THANKS FOR TAKING TIME OUT FROM YOUR BUSY SCHEDULE TO TALK TO US. AS CEO OF DEFENCE MEDICAL WELFARE SERVICE (DMWS), YOU AND YOUR TEAM PLAY A VITALLY-IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE WELFARE OF SERVICE PERSONNEL AND THEIR FAMILIES. WOULD YOU SHARE A LITTLE ABOUT DMWS AND THE SUPPORT IT PROVIDES? Yes thanks Nigel. St John and Red Cross Defence Medical Welfare Service is a small service delivery organisation that is in “the business of charity”. It has a long and distinguished history of supporting members of the Armed Forces Community when they are in hospital all over the world.
  • 20 Jul 2016

    Banking & Finance And The Role Of Women Leaders

    We are experiencing very interesting times, certainly politically but also in the advancement of women. I have just witnessed the appointment of Theresa May as the second female Prime Minister of this country. Coincidently, during the early part of my career I worked under the leadership of the first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. I take this appointment as a sign of encouragement for all of us who passionately believe in the power and benefits of women’s equality in all sectors. EARLIER THIS YEAR ... Earlier this year, the Treasury sponsored a review of the finance industry, undertaken by the CEO of Virgin Money, Jayne-Anne Gadhia. The finance industry employs more women than men, but in comparison to other sectors retains the largest pay gap between the genders. In 2015, only 14% of the membership of Executive Committees in the finance sector were women.
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