Female Leadership in the Digital Age

March 13, 2018 3 mins read
Female Leadership in the Digital Age

Last Thursday was International Women’s Day. ‘Female Career Development’ & ‘Female Leadership’ became the hottest topics again. According to reports, Chinese women’s contribution to gross domestic product (GDP) is 41%, ranking first in the world! At the same time, the female labor force participation rate in China is about 63.3%, which is higher than the average level of 57% in the OECD and 62% in Asia Pacific countries. Moreover, female professionals in China are more motivated in the workplace, and 78% of women desire to be promoted to management level.

As a global professional services recruitment consultancy, Morgan McKinley is aiming to improve people’s life. This is a promise to our clients, candidates and our employees. In Morgan McKinley China team, 70% of our employees are female and we have a gender-balanced management team. Furthermore, Morgan McKinley’s new global CEO Aldagh McDonogh is one of the most successful female leaders in Europe.

‘Stimulate women's potential in the digital age is the key to business development’ – On this international women’s day, Morgan McKinley is honored to work with WeWork, a global leading share office brand, hosted a female leadership seminar. ‘Female leadership in digital age’ is the main topic for this event. The digital age poses new challenges and opportunities. Both the rapid changes in technology and the unprecedented volume of disruption exacerbate the need for excellent leadership. Through Culture, Lead, Creativity and attitude & belief, the seminar presents world-class female leaders' insights and advice on becoming a digital-era leader.

Speaker Highlights

Humanize the Technology, Create the Love Culture












You will be defined not just by what you achieve, but by how you SURVIVE











If you don’t go, you won’t know!











I decided who I wanted to be, and that is who I am













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Marlon Mai
Managing Director, Greater China