Diversity at Board level can directly enhance your company's performance. This is no myth, but a solid fundamental with which you can grow your business. The numbers speak for themselves, as the McKinsey 'Women Matter' report demonstrates. We believe that the listed real estate sector - as has been the case in so many other areas of collective innovation - should take a lead in providing a gender boost.
We are developing an industry-wide initiative to encourage exchange of best practice, promote diversity at management and executive level, grow the number of women in the talent pipeline and increase the visibility of women leaders in the real estate setor.
EPRA's Diversity Programme is kindly co-sponsored by Helen Gordon (Grainger CEO) and Morgane Meissirel (Icade CSR reporting & Communication) and supported by the Association's Board of Directors.
We would like to hear from you if you wish to be involved at any level. For more information contact us on the below email.
Congratulations to Kungsleden, winner of the inaugural EPRA Diversity & Inclusion Award 2019! Discover the winning project in the video.
Sam Monger (Grosvenor Britain & Ireland), Sandra Dowling (PwC), Una O'Reilly (Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield) and Lucy Phillips (FTI Consulting) discuss diversity and inclusion initiatives in listed real estate and across other industries, from gender balance to talent retainment
Research conducted across the boards of 165 US real estate investment trusts from 2016 to 2017 shows that shares of REITs with a greater-than-average share of female directors outperformed REITs with all-male boards.
Check the infographic prepared by EPRA in 2018 and discover the figures for gender diversity in listed real estate companies.
Discover Real Estate Balance's toolkit which will equip your company with the right methods and tools to boost gender diversity, irrespective of how far you've come along!
How can real estate businesses create a better balance of men and women in their leadership teams and reap the rewards this would deliver?
A decade into McKinsey's research, the consultancy highlights key findings and invite 16 global leaders to look at how to increase gender diversity in corporations and imagine the inclusive company of the future.