BT today launches a network designed to promote women into top managementpositions. The Women’s Executive Network is the latest in a raft of initiativesdesigned to boost the number of women in senior posts year-on-year. Caroline Waters, BT’s people networks director, said the network willoutline the attributes, such as openness, risk-taking and motivating andinspiring staff, that set high-fliers apart. The network, which includes 200 of the company’s most senior women, isbacked by BT’s chairman, Sir Christopher Bland. Waters said the company has also told headhunters it wants balanced lists ofcandidates and is confident the company can effect change “I think we will see change very quickly,” she said. Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. BT aims to push women upwardsOn 9 Sep 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article
One South Florida woman hit the twin lottery. She gave birth to two sets of twins in one year.Alexzandria Wolliston gave birth to her first set of twin boys, named Mark and Malakhi, in March of this year.On December 27th, the West Palm Beach resident welcomed Kaylen and Kaleb into the world.“I’m like, ‘Oh my gosh, I never thought I would have two,’” she said to NBC affiliate WPTV-TV.Wollison said she didn’t think that twins ran in her family until finding out that both her grandmothers had lost a set of twins at birth.“I always say that I feel like my grandmothers gave me their kids,” Wolliston explained. “I feel like they just sent them down for me.”Wollison, who also has a three-year-old daughter at home, recently brought Kaleb home from the NICU and hopes to do the same with Kaylen soon – and does not plan on having any more kids at this time.