In , she studied Gross National Happiness for three weeks in Bhutan. She is an adventurer to remote areas of the world. Doris Lee McCoy, Ph. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD 1. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Internally, the firm will use scorecards to hold offices accountable to ambitious goals. The firm will launch important investments to refine and build its work with clients on gender diversity topics, scaling innovative client-facing coaching programs such as Centered Leadership and Remarkable Women, and seeking to collaborate with clients to apply and develop new tools to advance gender diversity.
To accelerate change, McKinsey will report on best practices in global publications. Sciences Po is committed to driving gender equality in both directions, committing to a series of bold targets that will make important progress towards parity. Until , Sciences Po will annually report on the representation of women in these positions, and will share best practices across the other IMPACT champion universities to accelerate progress across higher education.
Sciences Po will champion a new type of masculinity, showing that it is possible and vital for men to share responsibilities at home and at work. To foster the culture necessary for this change, Sciences Po will launch an innovative workshop series for male and female students and faculty to raise awareness of gender norms and engage the university community as champions of change. In addition, Sciences Po will expand the legally mandated maternity interviews to all parents—men, women and adoptive parents.
The comprehensive interviews aim to smooth the transition back to work, and ensure that an honest conversation occurs about the ability of the parent to balance home and work responsibilities. In , Sciences Po launched a sweeping new Gender Equality Action Plan that aims to transform the culture of the university into one based on equality. Sciences Po will roll out a series of programs aimed to empower students, including: workshops on negotiation and other core skills, and public gender-balanced discussions on the issue of work-life balance. The Board of Directors of the Fondation nationale des sciences politiques FNSP has authority over finance, human resources and property management.
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It is made up of faculty, student and staff representatives, as well as external social and economic figures. Georgetown seeks to strengthen the implementation of UN SCR through evidence-based research and analysis. In the coming year, the Institute will unveil a state-of-the-art repository of key articles and studies documenting significant issues and best practices; launch a new seminal study on women's political participation in ameliorating conflict and contributing to sustainable peace; and expand its international consortium which brings together practitioners and academics.
In recent months, the issue of sexual assault on college and university campuses has been at the forefront of the national dialogue. To date, more than 1, Georgetown men and women have joined the GWA, including students, faculty, staff and alumni of the University. GWA will collect, disseminate and work to implement innovative research on women in leadership; share best practices to develop a supportive environment for all community members; and host events and programming that provide inclusive opportunities for open dialogue on these topics.
The University of Leicester is dedicated to achieving gender parity for undergraduates, graduates, and faculty members. The University of Leicester will highlight gender equality externally and internally, elevating the conversations to ensure they are reaching a broad audience of men and women. The university will actively track progress on gender equality, identifying strong performers and laggards.
HeForShe will be used as a platform to galvanize students and to hold the university accountable to progress on an annual basis. HKU is committed to addressing violence, sexual harassment, and bias in all its forms, in order to build the supportive environment that will help achieve equality.
Through academic consortia including the HK8 alliance1 and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities APRU and other international consortia, HKU will champion gender equality and HeForShe across academia, encouraging the development of bold sector-wide goals, and the rapid adoption of best practices across geographies.
HKU will reform its own policies to accelerate progress towards parity, with changes including annual reporting on parity, and the requirement that all candidate short-lists include at least one woman. HK8 is an alliance of the eight publicly-funded tertiary institutions in Hong Kong. Stony Brook is committed to closing the gap at both ends, reaching parity as students enter as freshmen, and graduate as seniors, with the overarching goal to reach a 60 percent four-year graduation rate by A series of focus groups with male students has recently been completed, and Stony Brook will introduce tailored programs to understand and address key barriers for men.
The university is making a commitment to increase the representation of women in each freshman class by at least six percent. Senator for New York, Kirsten Gillibrand, has already committed to participate as the keynote speaker at this conference. Stony Brook will build gender sensitization programming and gender equality themes into its mandatory freshman seminar class, reaching percent of students by the academic year. Four year graduation rate, class matriculating in vs.
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For the class matriculating in Fall , For the Class matriculating in , an eleven percentage-point difference exists in the six-year graduation rates between men and women most recent year figures available. To reach gender parity in STEM, we need to engage women and girls as young students. The University of Waterloo will build upon its existing expertise, scaling targeted outreach programming for young girls and women to build the pipeline for future success.
A gender-equal faculty is key to attracting and supporting the female leaders of tomorrow. The University of Waterloo will champion three initiatives to increase the representation of women: a comprehensive review of selection and recruitment hiring practices, unconscious bias training, and the creation of career opportunities for high-potential women. Today, The journey from entry-level faculty to senior leadership takes over a decade. Increasing the share of women in leadership positions will have a ripple effect on gender parity at lower levels; as women see women in these roles, they feel empowered to take on these positions.
As the first Japanese university to establish a university-wide committee and an exclusive office to promote gender equality, Nagoya University is a nationwide leader in this area. Nagoya will remain at the cutting edge by creating a Center for Gender Equality on its own campus. The Center for Gender Equality will promote gender equality and host a gender library of 10, books.
Slated to open in , the Center for Gender Equality will serve as a hub for gender equality in Japan, driving campus-, city- and country-wide change. Nagoya established a forum to promote gender equality in Aichi Prefecture. The trilateral group has launched effective programs including gender sensitization seminars and science outreach for female high school students.
Going forward, Nagoya will scale the program with a strategic focus on two key pillars: effective career support for women students, and joint research opportunities for women researchers. We need a comprehensive and robust system to address the problem of campus-based violence and gender harm. Wits is taking an innovative approach, creating a standalone Gender Equity Office that will: encourage reporting on gender-harm complaints, aiming to drive up the number of reported cases in the first year; continually analyze complaints; annually publish a report on campus trends and incidents to inform and improve preventative measures; provide dedicated support to complainants and victims of gender-based harm; and adjudicate complaints using a gender-sensitive disciplinary procedure.
Wits will launch an innovative grassroots campaign to identify and mobilize gender equality advocates. Equality will be integrated into the student experience, by identifying and connecting a web of gender change agents from student residences to social and sports clubs. To complement these innovative programs, Wits will provide compulsory eLearning and in-person gender sensitization courses. The university will institute a zero tolerance to violence policy, bolster its support to victims and implement a suite of interventions to address the attitudes and culture that enable assault and rape to happen on campus.
The full program will be announced in the first semester of USP will also collaborate with other academic institutions, calling on others to end campus-gender based violence. USP has already invited the University of Buenos Aires and Autonomous University of Mexico together representing , students to take part in a joint campaign addressing violence against women on university campuses: the universities will implement a common orientation curriculum for first year students that aims to replace risky traditions with new, positive norms.
In the second semester of , USP will host a conference for the ten IMPACT champions, providing an opportunity to share best practices, discuss innovative solutions, and report-out on preliminary progress on addressing violence against women. USP will support and strengthen an Interdisciplinary Research Program to explore all aspects of gender diversity and its role in urban development.
This program will be carried out in already established graduate programs and as part of a new Research Program of the Institute of Advanced Studies, aimed at identifying barriers to make cities safe for women and girls, and based on these findings will develop solutions to ensure that women have equitable access to public services and safety. Sports is the common language that transcends class and culture, both within and beyond Brazil. USP will launch an innovative program that will engage men and empower women through sport.
In , USP will launch this program on campus, using soccer as a tool to address violence against women at USP and, through outreach programs, across Brazil. Thematic Champions also make multi-million dollar investment in community projects to advance women's economic empowerment. Sussex Police recognizes the business benefits which are delivered by diverse organizations. These benefits extend to an operational policing context because by truly representing the communities they serve, the Police are better able to understand their needs and create safe places to live.
In England and Wales women make up In Police Staff roles women are over-represented compared to the general population, however representation in senior roles is proportionately lower. As an inaugural HeForShe Thematic Champion for the Police Force, Sussex Police will accelerate the increase in the overall proportion of women police officers, to reach parity across senior leadership by As a result of groundbreaking work towards eliminating domestic abuse, Sussex Police has already been awarded White Ribbon Status and remain committed to creating communities free from domestic abuse and protecting those who may be vulnerable to abuse, through an innovative and impactful training and sensitization program that enables officers and staff to assess how to response to a domestic abuse situation and better meet the needs of survivors.
As part of our three-year partnership, we commit to increasing the proportion of either men or women recruited to key positions in Human Resources, which traditionally has a preponderance of female staff, and Global Markets, a field traditionally dominated by men. For example, we have a target of 40 per cent female employees participating in Graduate and Talent programmes for financial markets activities over the period.
We will also reach out through the HeForShe programme and the United Nations to women entrepreneurs working to develop renewable energies in Africa and India. In the corporate world, that also means that we must create an enabling environment, free from bias, in which women are able to advance and succeed on the basis of merit and ability. We recognize that it is unnatural and unsustainable to have a gender imbalance in our leadership.
As a man leading an organization which seeks to grow Africa, I know it is imperative to address this imbalance. Standard Bank is therefore committed to reaching parity in executive positions across our operations. We will achieve this through fair and unbiased hiring practices, continuing to develop and implement enabling workplace policies, and ensuring that women have access to appropriate development and leadership opportunities. We need women and girls to succeed because that's how we build stronger communities.
It's how we grow a stronger economy. Encouraging the full participation of women and girls in public life and in the business world leads to better decision making. And these things - social cohesion, economic growth, smart policy - they don't just help half the population.
As a society, we all benefit when women and girls have more opportunities to step up and lead.
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Men have a critical role to play in demanding and supporting this societal shift. We need to speak out in support of gender equality, and we need to get comfortable identifying ourselves as feminists. Because at the end of the day, we are all accountable, women and men. We are all responsible for making sure that the change we want to see around the boardroom table is a topic of discussion around the dinner table.
Our daughters and sons deserve nothing less. Over 50 million Scouts are expected to commit to HeForShe by The World Bank Group takes as its starting point that no country, community, or economy can achieve its potential or meet the challenges of the 21st century without the full and equal participation of women and men, girls and boys. Working with public- and private-sector clients to close gaps between males and females globally for lasting impact in tackling poverty and driving sustainable economic growth, World Bank Group acknowledges gender balanced teams is essential to working efficiently and adapting interventions to local context.
De Beers will more than double the rate of women appointed into senior leadership roles and achieve parity in the appointment of women and men into senior leadership by It will invest in women micro-entrepreneurs and STEM students in its diamond producing countries of Botswana, Canada, Namibia and South Africa, and will ensure its consumer brands serve as a positive force for the promotion of gender equality through its marketing campaigns. To achieve parity in appointments into leadership, De Beers is implementing a holistic Group-wide approach from mining to retail, to attract, develop and retain female talent with tailored action plans in each area of the business combined with a Group led review of talent development processes and policies through a gender lens, as well as visible senior leadership and performance oversight.
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We know first-hand that an inclusive culture drives greater innovation, market competitiveness and opportunities for growth. This challenge is particularly acute in STEM fields. Visionary leaders are the builders of a new dawn, working with imagination, insight, and boldness. They present a challenge that calls forth the best in people and brings them together around a shared sense of purpose. They work with the power of intentionality and alignment with a higher purpose. Their eyes are on the horizon, not just on the near at hand. They are social innovators and change agents, seeing the big picture and thinking strategically.
There is a profound interconnectedness between the leader and the whole, and true visionary leaders serve the good of the whole. They recognize that there is some truth on both sides of most polarized issues in our society today. They search for solutions that transcend the usual adversarial approaches and address the causal level of problems. They find a higher synthesis of the best of both sides of an issue and address the systemic root causes of problems to create real breakthroughs. Do you see yourself as a visionary?
What is it that makes a visionary become a visionary leader? A visionary may dream wonderful visions of the future and articulate them with great inspiration. A visionary is good with words. It requires leadership and heartfelt commitment. What are the qualities and abilities of true visionary leaders?
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What is the mysterious inner process within leaders that enables them to work their magic and radiate the charisma that mobilizes others for a higher purpose? Visionary leadership is based on a balanced expression of the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical dimensions. It requires core values, clear vision, empowering relationships, and innovative action. When one or more of these dimensions are missing, leadership cannot manifest a vision. Will is standing in a spiritual state of being.
Will is a spiritual attribute, which allows a leader to stand for something.