|NOUN || a boardroom | boardrooms |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- corporate boardrooms - mixed with action, historical romance and nuanced characters.
- Support areas include an equipment room, athletic training room, 876 lockers in six different, offices and boardrooms for FIU athletic administrators, and full-service dressing rooms.
- Female entrepreneurship, gender equality in boardrooms and equal representation of women in public life are several themes Lidia Geringer de Oedenberg has voiced her support to.
- The Taurus UCX range offers the latest technology for boardrooms incorporating USB-C, HID USB, room control and video distribution and switching with Cisco certified class leading technology.
- He is credited with making and presenting the economic case for Scottish Independence, having taken the argument to the media, boardrooms and committee rooms across Scotland between 2001 and 2007.
- Marcia Ashong is a United Kingdom - born Ghanaian entrepreneur and lawyer recognized for her role in advocating for women representation in boardrooms.
- Boardrooms were included in the original design of the following Sydney buildings, of these only four still exist.
- In September 2016, Creative Scotland made a commitment to gender equality across Scotland's five publicly funded arts sectors by making a formal pledge to achieve 50/50 gender balance across their boardrooms by 2020.
- In 1969, Knoll despatched Freedman to 'Manhattanise and Internationalise' Sydney at the executive offices and boardrooms for the Bank of New South Wales, one of Australia's oldest banking institutions (founded in 1817 and renamed Westpac in 1982).
- For over 15 years, SSF has given participants tools applicable in classrooms and staff rooms, offices and boardrooms.
- In March 2021, Girls in Tech launched an initiative to end gender disparity in boardrooms.
- Her TED Talk, “How to Outsmart Your Own Unconscious Bias,” is frequently cited as one of the top TED talks on unconscious bias and diversity, equity and inclusion, and is used as a teaching tool in classrooms and boardrooms around the world.
- The epitome of Portuguese banking’s fondness for sober suits and wood-panelled boardrooms, Salgado has maintained his traditional gravitas through months of intense crisis for the family group.
- The House itself now houses a modern art collection, a number of boardrooms and entertainment facilities.
- The boardrooms of the Minister are placed in a side complex, linked to the main building by an arched junction.
- The four-story building contains faculty and graduate student offices, boardrooms, and research laboratories.
- The club offers two private member dining areas, three boardrooms and four ballrooms.
- Clark has advocated for greater diversity throughout companies' workforces and boardrooms.
- The centre also offers a range of flexible boardrooms, meeting rooms and break-out areas more appropriate for smaller conference events and meetings.
- Some applications for directional boundary mics are picking up actors' voices onstage in drama or musicals; picking up the footwork of dance troupes; picking up speech at conference tables, boardrooms, and the pulpit in a church; and recording small musical ensembles or soloists.
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