Corporate diversity is now seen as the key to success. Despite this, there are still few women among top corporate, administrative and political leaders in Hungary, even though there are a majority of women among graduates. Is there a need for a mandatory quota to put more female leaders in positions of responsibility? More needs to be done for people of minority origin, such as Roma or people with disabilities. How can and should be changed in this exercise? Are we quite inclusive, tolerant and supportive?
Why is diversity important? What does this mean in everyday life, in business? Can a company pay particular attention to this in numbers and in results? How much diversity is part of the organizational culture in Hungary today?
Following the EU Diversity Charter guidelines, we join the HBLF Diversity Week programme to present personal stories and exciting international examples in the upcoming interview series of the Business Café Jaksity Kata of the Business Association. The main characters of the discussion are: Bodó Teodo, Director of Communication and Government Relations of the Bosch Group in Hungary and in the Adriaregion, Prerna Sujan, Executive and Business Coach, and Melinda Miklósi, Managing Director of The Open We Are Not-For-Profit Organization.