Monthly Archives: June 2012

Free downloadable material from ‘The Glass Ceiling Delusion’

In response to requests for a ‘taster’ of the content of The Glass Ceiling Delusion: the REAL reasons more women don’t reach senior positions (2011) I’ve decided to make the following available, mainly consisting of the book’s Table of Contents, Introduction, and … Continue reading

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Free downloadable material from Swayne O’Pie’s new book

I’m pleased to report that Swayne O’Pie has agreed to make available material from his book Exposing Feminism: The Thirty Years’ War Against Men on this blog (and on other blogs and websites in due course). The book’s just been … Continue reading

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Lynne Featherstone: even worse than Harriet Harman?

Yesterday’s papers included a story about the forthcoming sly introduction of ‘gender pay audits’ into the private sector – something even Harriet Harman didn’t manage to introduce during the execrable Labour administration of 1997-2010. Lynne Featherstone clearly wants to go … Continue reading

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Swayne O’Pie’s book now available in an ebook edition

Some good news. Regular visitors to this blog will be aware that Swayne O’Pie’s book Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism was published in October 2011, and an international edition made published in late May 2012 with the title Exposing Feminism: The … Continue reading

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Positive discrimination for women at the Bank of England

My thanks to George for sending me an article from the Mail on Sunday issue of 10 June. It’s an interview by Lisa Buckingham of Catherine Brown, the Bank of England’s executive director of human resources. Brown is paid £200,000 a … Continue reading

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Deutsche Bundesbank discussion paper – new link

The original link to the Deutsche Bundesbank discussion paper (which covers among other issues the negative impact of increasing the number of women on corporate boards) is no longer ‘live’, but the following link is still operational: http://www.bundesbank.de/Redaktion/EN/Downloads/Publications/Discussion_Paper_1/2012/2012_03_06_dkp_03.pdf?__blob=publicationFile Please let me … Continue reading

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You couldn’t make it up… the response of a FTSE100 company to my invitation to the IEA

Regular visitors to this blog will be aware that I recently invited senior people – mainly CEOs – from major companies to attend my presentation on gender diversity in the boardroom, and in senior executive positions more generally, at The … Continue reading

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