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Aspire survey 2011 — Presentation Transcript

Written By onci on Wednesday, December 21, 2011 | 10:22 AM

  1. The Aspire Women in Leadership Survey 2011: ‘Life, Work, World’
  2. Research Methodology and Background
    • Number of respondents = 1,140 women
    • Most popular age group = 40 – 49 (40.8%) Second most popular = 30 – 39 (30.5%)
    • 89.8% from UK
    • 49.7% = No children
    • 50.3% = 1 – 3 children
  3. Research Methodology and Background
    • Most popular Industries represented : - Manufacturing - Banking / Financial Services - Public sector / Government - HR / Recruitment - Education / Training
    • 64.2 % CEOs, Directors, Senior Managers
    • Family/friends
    • Relationship/Significant Other
    • Work/Career
    • Health
    • Personal Growth
    • Financial Security
    • Giving back/Making a Difference
    • Home/Community
    What’s Most Important in Women’s Lives in 2011? Based on Average Rating responses of 1140 women
  4. What Most Motivates Women at Work in 2011?
    • 1. Challenging Work
    • 2. Making a Difference to Others
    • 3. Belief in Company’s Direction
    • 2010 responses:
    • Making a difference
    • Belief in my company’s direction
    • Challenging Work
  5. Only 16% of Women LOVE their Job
  6. Workload is Women’s BIGGEST Work Challenge
  7. Who says Women Don’t Take Their Careers Seriously?
  8. Women want their organisations to give back
    • 87% of women believe it is important or very important that their organisation in some way gives back to the community and the wider world
  9. Which global issues are most important to women?
  10. Women want Ethical Leaders
    • 81% of women believe it is very important that senior business and political leaders work in ethical ways
  11. Women want organisational values to ( really ) reflect their own
    • 71% of women believe it is very important that they have an organisational values set they believe in.
  12. Nearly half of women donate some of their time
    • 45% of women volunteer or do pro-bono work
    “ The feeling is very rewarding when I know and see the positive impact towards the individuals or community. I think it's important that our future generation and the society itself work together cohesively in a team to gain common goals and leave the world a better place than they found it. In addition, I gain a lot of personal skills and experience things that I've never felt before. In essence, volunteering gives me a different perspective in how I view things and from that, on how I make my decisions”
  13. And even more would like to in future
    • 74% of women who don’t do pro-bono work now would consider doing so
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