1. 40 Years of Progress
  • 40 Years of Progress

    setiembre 01, 2015
    Celebrating the kickoff of the Women’s Leadership Forum

    By Dawn McGinley, Global Leader & Strategist, 3M Women’s Leadership Forum

    What an exciting time for 3M! This summer we’re celebrating 40 years of effort to make 3M a great place for women to work.

    Although our efforts are nowhere near over, the past 40 years have been marked by real progress, including greater numbers of women in 3M overall and in leadership roles, more flexible work schedules and family-oriented benefits, and encouraging more young women to enter STEM fields.

    At the top of the company and throughout our leadership teams worldwide, we are taking action to build a more diverse workforce and inclusive environment. I see real interest and passion among our people to be involved. And it’s more than sentiment or even policy –new programs and improved processes underpin this positive change.

    By Dawn McGinley, Global Leader & Strategist, 3M Women’s Leadership Forum

    What an exciting time for 3M! This summer we’re celebrating 40 years of effort to make 3M a great place for women to work.

    Although our efforts are nowhere near over, the past 40 years have been marked by real progress, including greater numbers of women in 3M overall and in leadership roles, more flexible work schedules and family-oriented benefits, and encouraging more young women to enter STEM fields.

    At the top of the company and throughout our leadership teams worldwide, we are taking action to build a more diverse workforce and inclusive environment. I see real interest and passion among our people to be involved. And it’s more than sentiment or even policy –new programs and improved processes underpin this positive change.

    By Dawn McGinley, Global Leader & Strategist, 3M Women’s Leadership Forum

    What an exciting time for 3M! This summer we’re celebrating 40 years of effort to make 3M a great place for women to work.

    Although our efforts are nowhere near over, the past 40 years have been marked by real progress, including greater numbers of women in 3M overall and in leadership roles, more flexible work schedules and family-oriented benefits, and encouraging more young women to enter STEM fields.

    At the top of the company and throughout our leadership teams worldwide, we are taking action to build a more diverse workforce and inclusive environment. I see real interest and passion among our people to be involved. And it’s more than sentiment or even policy –new programs and improved processes underpin this positive change.

    Celebrating the kickoff of the Women’s Leadership Forum

     

    This all began in 1975, when the Women’s Advisory Committee was formed as more women entered the workforce. That became the Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) in 2005, encouraging all women to become involved. In 2013, the WLN transitioned to the Women’s Leadership Forum (that kickoff is what you see in the photos), approaching the inclusion and advancement of women worldwide in a more strategic and intentional way.

    I tell people all the time that I have one of the best jobs in the company: global leader and strategist for the Women’s Leadership Forum! That position has never existed before. It’s a first, and it’s evidence of yet another positive change to move us forward to the future.

     

    This all began in 1975, when the Women’s Advisory Committee was formed as more women entered the workforce. That became the Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) in 2005, encouraging all women to become involved. In 2013, the WLN transitioned to the Women’s Leadership Forum (that kickoff is what you see in the photos), approaching the inclusion and advancement of women worldwide in a more strategic and intentional way.

    I tell people all the time that I have one of the best jobs in the company: global leader and strategist for the Women’s Leadership Forum! That position has never existed before. It’s a first, and it’s evidence of yet another positive change to move us forward to the future.

     

    This all began in 1975, when the Women’s Advisory Committee was formed as more women entered the workforce. That became the Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) in 2005, encouraging all women to become involved. In 2013, the WLN transitioned to the Women’s Leadership Forum (that kickoff is what you see in the photos), approaching the inclusion and advancement of women worldwide in a more strategic and intentional way.

    I tell people all the time that I have one of the best jobs in the company: global leader and strategist for the Women’s Leadership Forum! That position has never existed before. It’s a first, and it’s evidence of yet another positive change to move us forward to the future.

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