— multistakeholder platforms

Enabling the leadership of the private sector to commit, invest and implement gender balance strategies at all corporate levels

MOHi sets the stage to create a business response to gender economic governance at all corporate levels evaluating of the bottom line impact of investing in gender matters

the business case for investing in women at all corporate levels makES THE DIRECT LINK TO THE BOTTOM LINE AND THE PROOF OF CONCEPT SHOWING THAT THE IMPACT ON ROI IS SUBSTANTIAL.

 
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GENDER ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE

Setting a strong tone from the top rethinking of corporate purpose, governance and duties


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The Role of the Private Sector on Resolving the Economic Gender Gap

The business case for women in leadership is strong. Companies with more women in top management and board positions better reflect the profiles of their customers and employees, benefit from more diverse views when solving problems, rank higher on indicators of organisational cooperation and health, and report higher profitability and returns on equity. Acknowledging and investing in women can yield a significant return for the national economy. To fully capitalise on the gender dividend, however, countries and their private sector must go beyond policies that focus on discrimination and develop solid strategies aimed at integrating women at every level.

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ROI for the Private Sector and the Gender Economic Dividend

Establishing Gender Economic Governance is a fundamental pillar to the economy and sustainable development of all countries. However, rooted in the industrial era, the current model operating in most organisations is to think of talent as a cost, and women as a niche group. But in the knowledge economy, talent is an asset, and women are key to both the talent and consumer marketplace. What this requires, therefore, is a business response to what is essentially a business problem: An evaluation of the bottom line impact of investing in women. Assessing in real terms – revenues, profits, growth, productivity, customer satisfaction, or whatever metrics are used to deem a company successful.

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Stakeholder partnerships to Enable effective systemic interventions in the Private Sector

The Gender Economic Governance problems are challenging for both the public and private sector stakeholder. But even the number of stakeholders within each individual organisation with all their different issues internally, is in itself gigantic and diverse. Here too, the stakeholder platform forms a powerful answer. What conditions is the organisation not meeting to attain Gender Parity? What is not yet foreseen in the organisation that makes it possible? What is still missing or what is in the way? During the Corporate stakeholders platform, a refinement process arises in which the Board works on two sides. On the one hand, the conditions for Gender Economic Governance that must be met and, on the other hand, the further translation of the vision for Gender Economic ROI within the organisation into practice.

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— PRIVATE SECTOR PROGRAMMES

Integrating Gender Balance Strategies at all Corporate levels

MOHi sets the stage to create a business response to gender economic governance evaluating of the bottom line impact of investing in gender matters

MOH Designs AND IMPLEMENTs GENDER BALANCE PLANS FOR COMPANIES WHO WANT TO INSTILL GLOBAL POLICY ACROSS THEIR ORGANISATION

 

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— STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS

Fostering outcome oriented stakeholder partnerships to expand on the gender dividend at the national level

MOHi engages all existing stakeholders in dialogue on the implementation of Gender Economic Governance at the country level

 

 

Boosting the national competitiveness through the gender economic dividend at the country level

MOHi fosters outcome-oriented multi-stakeholder platforms to expand on the Gender Dividend at the national level, providing enabling environments for companies’ participation in engaging all existing business stakeholders in dialogue on the implementation of Gender Economic Governance and showing how these are translated into market opportunities.

 
 
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