To mark International Women's Day 2015, PwC has launched a new thought leadership to celebrate the economic, political and social achievement of women across the globe. Research and media are currently dominated with a focus on women in leadership and on corporate boards. However, to achieve sustainable change the public and private sectors must change the conversation: they must also focus on developing talented junior women now for future leadership roles.
A report about the #femalemillennial born between 1980 and 1995
Organisations the world over are currently facing the challenges that come with vast numbers of millennial talent entering and reshaping the workforce. In parallel, they are also challenged with a lack of women in leadership positions, and fast becoming concerned with the financial and competitive toll this could mean for their organisations. Organisations looking to address the gender leadership gap must drive parallel efforts that tackle enhanced leadership diversity in conjunction with systemic change efforts targeting their workforce from day one. But to get this right, first, organisations must better understand how to attract, develop, engage and retain female millennial talent.
Our research report 'The female millennial: A new era of talent' puts the female millennial front of mind and is based on international research with 10,105 millennial respondents from over 70 countries worldwide, 8,756 of whom were female millennials. Female millennials are becoming a larger and larger part of the global talent pool, and this report makes one thing clear, when it comes to the female millennial: we really are talking about a new era of female talent.
Our report shares interesting research results, case studies and voice of the female millennial profiles. In addition, it brings the unique approach of taking a deeper look at the female millennial through the use of a career stage differential.
Key findings about the #femalemillennial
The female millennial represents a new era of female talent.
Female millennials are more career-confident and ambitious than their previous generations.
Attract, engage, retain and develop the #femalemillennial
Check out our video, infographics and report to glean insights on how to position your organisation and talent strategies towards the attraction, engagement, retention and development of the #femalemillennial.