The Women's Career Index: If you can measure it, you can manage it

The FKi provides figures, data and facts.

If you want top women to be in top positions, you need clear indicators and an independent management tool. You will find the Women's Career Index (FKi) to be this tool.

The procurement, selection and development of excellent specialists and managers are a future oriented way for every company to get the best. Innovative companies need to know which measures effectively lead to more women in leading positions and how they avoid losing employees in crucial life and career phases.

The Women’s Career Index: More women in leading positions is essential and feasible for your company too

Welcome address by Federal Minister Manuela Schwesig

Welcome address by Federal Minister Manuela Schwesig Weiterlesen

Welcome address by Federal Minister Manuela Schwesig

Ladies and Gentleman, I am delighted that the Women Career Index successfully continues with its 5th survey wave. The Women Career Index ascertains which area of activity companies are committed to

10 reasons to use the Women Career Index as a management tool

  1. Your company can analyse its situation on the basis of its own data, draw industry comparisons and evaluate them using benchmarks
  2. On-time, manageable costs, clear performances and solid results
  3. Your commitment is now easily measurable and documented
  4. Transparency and practicality create trust – in the entire workforce
  5. The quality of the results is secured through scientific market research methods
  6. Through working groups, best practice and intensive exchange at the events, experiences are shared
  7. They discuss which strategies and measures are successful in practice and lead to a measurable increase in quality and efficiency
  8. Your company will become an even more attractive employer for excellent women
  9. FKI does not aim to any commitment and provides all information  to the company
  10. The project was funded by the Ministry of Family Affairs from 2012 to 2014. Since 2016, Federal Minister of the Interior, Manuela Schwesig, takes over the patronage for the symposium and award ceremony

 

These people are implementing the Women’s Career Index successfully

Angelika Gifford More

Angelika Gifford

Member of the Management and Executive Diversity Sponsor, HEWLETT-PACKARD GMBH

"Bringing more women into leadership positions is a key economic factor for us. Our open corporate culture helps us to break down traditional patterns and anchor our measures."

Michael Bruggesser More

Michael Bruggesser

Personnel Manager, Miele & Cie. KG

"To fill more leadership positions with women is one of the primary objectives of our personnel policy. We promote talented employees and strengthen them in their career plans. In the family phase, we keep in touch and then offer flexible sliding and part-time models. A family service helps with child care."

Markus Benke More

Markus Benke

Head of Human Resources, CONSORSBANK

"Our family-friendly working conditions are very important to us at Consorsbank. We want to further expand the targeted promotion of women. Part-time solutions and job-sharing models are, for example, normality in our employmentl procedures. The FKi results of the past three years are a confirmation that we are constantly improving."

People – The minds behind the FKi

Barbara Lutz More

Barbara Lutz

Founder & Managing Director for FKi
Joachim Scharioth More

Joachim Scharioth

Scientific advisor for FKi
Uwe Braun More

Uwe Braun

Research and consulting for FKi
Prof. Dr. Stefan Tuschl More

Prof. Dr. Stefan Tuschl

Research and consulting for FKi
Lydia Aldejohann More

Lydia Aldejohann

Consulting for FKi