Stereotypes, quotas and the need for awards celebrating women

Three judges for Campaign's Women Leading Change Awards dig into misunderstandings about women in leadership positions, the qualities that make great female leaders and more.

Anita Munro, head of trading for Asia Pacific at Maxus, Sarah Wood, CEO and co-founder of Unruly, and Wendy Hogan, marketing transformation and strategy director at Oracle, speak to Campaign Asia-Pacific about their experiences, how women can help other women and what they learned as part of the judging panel for Campaign’s inaugural Women Leading Change Awards.

L-R Munro, Hogan, Wood 

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