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Walk the talk : women, work, equity, effectiveness

by Hazarika, Anjali,

Format: Print Book 2017
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CLP - Main Library Mezzanine - Non-fiction HD6054.3.H395 2017
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Summary
If we recognize that economic growth requires the efficient allocation of resources, then how can half of the world's population be prevented from making a full contribution? We acknowledge that women are different, yet fail to realize their potential as equals. We accept that women need to be empowered, yet debate who should take the lead and who the stakeholders are. This book grows directly out of the personal challenges the author grappled with, the conversations she has had with women in a variety of settings, and the constructive debates with corporate representatives and policy planners on how the process of change should be initiated. It asserts that the responsibility of enhancing gender diversity at the workplace does not lie entirely with the companies, although much work needs to be done by them, but with several stakeholders--the government, NGOs, men, and women themselves--all of whom need to work together to bring about an equitable environment for women at the workplace. When these stakeholders operate in isolation they are less effective; they add greater value when networked. This book is a must-read for those who would like to walk the talk and suggests how together we can ensure equity with effectiveness. It provides ideas and agenda for action to create an ecosystem of empowerment.
Additional Information
Subjects Women executives.
Sex discrimination in employment.
Publisher Los Angeles :2017
Edition First edition.
Language English
Description xii, 337 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9789386446916
938644691X
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