— Enabling effective systemic interventions in the Private Sector
Setting a strong tone from the top to rethinking of corporate purpose, governance and duties
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. The result of our interventions is a shared experience with new orientation and the promise of directly observable growing gender economic equity at the enterprises and the economy as a whole.