Sometimes, the impacts can be stunning with regards to the decisions that are taken by the women.
They are strong “career builders”.
The world needs feminine and masculine traits to solve problems of the world. The world needs women to lead more than ever to economically thrive, and become more sustainable and peaceful.
Because women bring a perspective that values not only competition but also collaboration to groups.
And with women’s leadership, we can improve not only society, but business as well.
Women’s leadership is more than important in today’s world, it’s imperative. Whether it’s the public or private sector, organizations that are led by inclusive leadership teams make better decisions that deliver better results. The qualities that are required to lead in the 21st century include the ability to connect, collaborate, empathize, and communicate—all qualities that tend to be “female” in nature.
Women in leadership roles position organizations in a way that makes them fit for the future.
Because the world needs the fullest benefit of the talent, creativity and ideas, majority of the
contribution can be done by the women.
Because it is the opening act toward a more inclusive, equal, and balanced society. We either achieve this peacefully and proactively, or we can expect unrest from the marginalized segments in our society.
Developing the environment that enables women to have a full and equal voice in our institutions, enterprises, and public electorate is easy, logical, low-hanging fruit. It improves everything and will form a society that enables us to listen to the other important voices, specifically those of other ethnicities
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It is a fact that diversity in leadership breeds innovation.
Because women can and will lead the way in creating a more sustainable future with their inherent capabilities such as collaboration, relationship building, empathy, and the ability to focus on the greater good.
Women’s leadership matters because we are more than half the population, yet we’re still not seeing equal participation. That means we are using half our talent and usually hearing half of the story.
Researches show that the companies and countries—do better when more women are in leadership positions.
Skill development is a process of identifying your skill gap and ensuring you develop these skills.
Your skills determine your ability to execute plans and achieve your goals. Skill development and training is an integral part of an employee's life. It is important for both genders to make the correct decisions, to make decisions within time, and to see to good results.
Skill development is a key to improve employability and income-earning opportunities for women and for enhancing sustainable rural development and livelihoods. Social outcomes are reflected in indicators of income inequality and poverty.
Low skills perpetuate poverty and inequality.
When done right, skills development can reduce un- and underemployment, increase productivity, and improve standards of living.
Helping people develop and update their skills makes economic sense.
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