Join our iCEO™ Vetted Female Executives
Join our community of female executives and you’ll have access to interim management and permanent positions with employers throughout the world.
Why should you join Female Executive Search?
Female Executive Search matches female executives with progressive organizations who value the contribution senior women can make in building strong businesses.
Every female executive in our community is vetted by CEO Worldwide for their experience and capabilities in their specialist field. By joining them, you’ll have the backing of CEO Worldwide’s many years’ expertise in international executive recruitment, as well as access to our extensive network of employer contacts throughout the world.
Upon approval, you have the opportunity to promote any additional content you would like to present to potential employers via our marketing channels; whether it’s an insight paper you have produced, a short video of you discussing your achievements or a specific statement about diversity and gender equality in the workplace. Our aim is to make you as visible as possible to the market.
Furthermore, CEO Worldwide’s flexible, fixed-fee model differentiates us from our industry competitors, often generating exclusive job opportunities not readily available to the open market.
Female iCEO Ambassador Program
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The Rise of Women in Leadership
Women make up half of middle management, yet less than ten per cent of the C-suite. So what’s stopping them from stepping up and taking on more roles at a senior level?
Articles and research by INSEAD and other institutions reveal the challenges women face in the workplace and what both organisations, and women themselves, can do to open up leadership opportunities to all.