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Global corporations are creating programs designed to empower women economically to improve the quality of their supply chains, enhance their access to talent and increase the productivity of their workforce. Yet, for these programs to create sustainable change in women's lives, they must address underlying issues that prevent women from realizing their full potential. One effective way to do this is to work with a group of NGOs that corporations often overlook: grassroots women's organizations (GWOs).
Drawing on a number of examples of corporate-GWO partnerships in different parts of the world—many based on a shared value model—Dina Dublon, Daniel Lee, Muadi Mukenge and Marissa Wesely will explore strategies for, and challenges in:
This webinar is for corporate leaders seeking innovative ways to make their women's empowerment programs more impactful, GWO leaders exploring paths to engage with the corporate sector, and others interested in effective models of cross-sector collaboration and/or women's rights and empowerment issues globally.
Price: $49, which includes access to the live webinar; unlimited access to the webinar as many times as you'd like for twelve months; and downloadable slides.
Advancing Women Webinar Package: Purchase this webinar along with a video recording of "The Rise of Gender Capitalism" for the discounted price of $69. Register for both webinars here.
|James Wilson and Norman Macrae were agreed the only reason they spent their lives mediating economics was ending poverty -the happiness and freedom search to empower every livelihood. Picking up their leadership pens, 105 years apart Wilson 1843 tried to celebrate goodwill of leaders as impacts of industrial revolution multiplied; Norman(1948) as the worldwide started an odyssey of doubling spends on communications every 7 years for 70 years- that's a 1000 fold increase of 2015now. Which women ensure that their half of the human race impacts the future of sustainably in all the ways that men are prone to risking most|
Monday, July 20, 2015
speakers at tomorrows women capitalism webinar stanford