February 18, 2014 — Why is it important to advance more women to leadership positions? Because, says Guy Outen, Executive Vice President, Strategy, Portfolio & Planning, Shell International Ltd., “Winning and successful teams are made up of people who are not all the same but frankly are from all different backgrounds, have different capabilities, think differently…those teams that embrace that diversity…are the ones that are successful, and sustainably successful.”
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