Miami will host the 3rd Latin American Seminar on Female Talent

- Global companies as Walmart, Manpower, Catalyst, Avon, Santander Bank Group, among others will attend the event.

May 19, 2015, 11:15 ET from IPADE Business School

MIAMI, May 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- IPADE Business School (Mexico) and IAE Business School (Argentina), will host the third edition of the International Seminar Female Talent Plus Top Management. The seminar which will bring together over 50 attendants of management profile and global companies from different sectors from May 25th to May 27th  to discuss and learn, through a holistic view, about the contribution that women make in the company, the family and society as well as the role that they play.

This edition is entitled "Leaders who manage change" and refers to those challenges and strategies to promote and maintain the female talent in the organizations, as well as actions that male and female executives have generated to create multigenerational environments.

Maricarmen Bernal, director of the Center for Research on Women in Senior Management (CIMAD) of IPADE Business School, explained that "we want to share stories about women who have achieved success in the corporate world thanks to the support of a couple, family, mentoring, and companies which are convinced of their talent," she said. "Also, the creation of corporate policies, practices and programs that are benefiting not only women but also men and society itself," she added.

This Seminar will be an interactive meeting focused in issues of female talent and change management for globalized leaders, which will include conferences, panels, testimonials, case studies and mentoring walk.

This initiative arises from a variety of global indicators of the presence of women in government and senior management positions, which reveal an incipient growth. "China has the largest share of women in senior management (51%); in contrast Latin America ranges between 15% and 35%, which shows the need for the implementation of best practices in the workplace, as well as the design of strategies and leadership skills that promote gender complementarity," said Bernal.

It will also bring together international companies such as Walmart, Manpower, Avon, AMN Advanced Medical Nutrition, Catalyst, among others, and prestigious directives like Monica Flores Barragan (Manpower Group Latin America), Guadalupe Caso Robles (Santander) and Marivi Esteve (Mexican Association of Independent Investment Advisors, AMAII).

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SOURCE IPADE Business School