Emerging Europe Talks People: female leadership with Olga Grygier-Siddons

Diverse business and political leaders are more likely to create greater value, spot and address risks and challenges than people with a similar background, culture, of the same gender and of the same age and experience. But is leadership gender-specific? What defines a business and a political leader? Should we look at fairness and quotas or rather at merit? How can women contribute to solving the challenges of a highly polarised public debate?

Andrew Wrobel speaks with Olga Grygier-Siddons, a business advisor and a mentor with over 30 years of experience working in professional services advising private and public sector clients in more than 30 countries. She is also a former CEO of PwC Central and Eastern Europe and the first female Member of the PwC Global Strategy Council. Passionate about responsible leadership and personal growth, she is launching an Experiential Learning Hub for leaders and their teams to acquire new insights, knowledge and skills to respond to global challenges.

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