Women in leadership
CIMA’s women in leadership campaign supports the progression of our female members into senior roles and promotes the accounting profession to female students internationally.
Women in leadership report
Our new global women in leadership report, Breaking glass: strategies for tomorrow's leaders, sees successful CIMA female business leaders share their secrets about how to overcome barriers and reach the top. The report provides inspiration, encouragement and practical advice for future leaders – both male and female.
Read case studies of leading businesswomen around the globe who are interviewed in the report.
Asia Pacific women in leadership report
Do women in the Asia Pacific region encounter additional challenges in business? What leadership skills and career progression strategies do they use, and are these different to those used by western women?
In our report Reflections from Asia Pacific leaders: strategies for career progression, launched at the 2010 world congress of accountants in Malaysia on 9 November 2010, successful CIMA female business leaders in the Asia Pacific region share their secrets about how to overcome barriers and reach the top, providing inspiring, encouraging and practical advice for both male and female leaders of the future.
The report is now available on this website.
Watch a video with Emma Blake ACMA, CGMA on the growing potential for women in business to break through the glass ceiling:
Share experiences on CIMA's women's network
Our exclusive women's network on LinkedIn provides a platform for female members and students to share tips on advancing their careers, seek advice, and network with peers.
Join the network.
Read Sandra Rapacioli's article 'Beyond the glass ceiling' in Financial Management magazine.
See case studies of prominent female business leaders around the globe, as well as employers whose policies have helped women advance in the workplace and of high achieving individuals, as well as insights from experts in this field.
If you would like to submit a case study please email firstname.lastname@example.org.