Who's better at work, Men or Women? Ian Clarke interviewed by Maria Castro

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Last updated: July 19th, 2022

Who's better at work, Men or Women? Ian Clarke interviewed by Maria Castro

"Men are stronger than women, in that they have more upper body strength. But that's just one nuance of the answer. Women are also stronger than men. They live longer, develop earlier and are more durable."

Ian Clarke was interviewed by Maria Castro, Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Lead5050 on a recent podcast titled the value of difference.

The topics of discussion surrounded:

  1. Gender balance in the boardroom

  2. What makes a good leader

  3. Bringing about change on DE&I in big business

The full podcast is available to watch via our YouTube channel.

Lead5050

Changemakers passionate about equity and determined to change the work, Lead5050 are helping to raise women into positions of authentic leadership through data driven solutions and accreditation support so that they can lead the way, 50/50 in leadership.

For more information about any of the topics discussed in the podcast, contact us or visit Lead5050 to embark on your journey towards a better, more equitable future for your organisation or business.

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