EY has decided to join hands with the Indian School Of Business, Executive Education as a part of its executive program to help women prosper in the boardroom. The companies Act 2013 mentions having at least one woman director in the board. 17.3 percent women held positions in India compared to the global average of 24 percent.
Partner & Markets leader, EY India, Pankaj Dhandharia said, “Today’s volatile business environment has presented new risks and priorities for Boards. Diverse boardrooms are critical to decision-making, upholding corporate governance, and driving long-term goals of organisations. The EY-ISB Board Effectiveness programme will provide a nurturing platform to women leaders to become Board ready and contribute in a meaningful way.”
EY has joined its hands with ISB Executive Education strength for its research-backed pedagogies, peer-based learning and for its renowned faculty. The program will have 10 virtual sessions taking place over 5 weeks. The batch will have a total of 25 participants and the course materials will be included in the 2.5 lakh course fees. The first session will begin from 12th May 2022.
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