Lack of gender diversity in leadership teams? Feeling that candidates with such a level of qualification or experience do not exist? That it's impossible to recruit a woman in a technical field or in a leadership position? Discover Artemia's magic formula!
Between innovation and fear of change, what role does boldness play in recruitment processes?
During recruitment processes, many organizations express their fear of not finding a candidate up to their expectations. They often acknowledge the search for a 'unicorn,' yet find it challenging to let go of certain criteria that are not essential skills for the position.
While progress towards gender diversity in the professional world is slow, there is currently a growing notion that women are inevitably favored, to the detriment of men. Where does this gap between reality and perception come from?
When it comes to recruitment or career progression, there's a consensus that skills are paramount. The goal is to identify, choose, and promote the most capable individuals for the position. Up to this point, you might say it sounds normal, logical, and even reassuring. It's only natural that people are chosen based on factual, objective, and indisputable criteria. However, that's where it gets tricky...
Faced with a shortage of skilled labor and the numerous retirements on the horizon, candidates are in a favorable position and are comparing opportunities. Being an attractive employer is not something improvised!
Women executives, often under scrutiny, frequently exhaust themselves trying to prove their legitimacy and are at a higher risk of burnout than men.