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Dr Ruth Sacks talks about the five elements for success for women

26 June 2015

Westminster Principal Lecturer and Business Development Director Dr Ruth Sacks has been published on HRBullets website, reflecting on a speech given by Gloria Larson, President of Bentley University.

In this article, she gives her five elements for success for women in the corporate world. Dr Sacks, who developed and is the Course Leader for Westminster Business School’s pioneering Women for the Board course, states that "getting women in corporate positions needs the involvement of the whole corporate world".

Visit the HRBullets website to read the full article.


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