Sunday Morning Sermon - Sep 8 2013
[better late then never, the pastor was too bz this week]
In the corporate culture that we do live in these days, we don’t monitor or measure women’s advancement adequately.Overall, we as a people understand an issue better when we have ways to perceive, analyze and measure it.Corporate Planet still hasn’t effectively quantified and measured the impact of the lack of women leaders on business outcomes, or researched and identified effectively where in the pipeline women are falling out, why, and how to address it.Diversity programs abound, but the needle has yet to move.
In many peoples view, quite a number of women haven’t themselves made the decision about how far they want to go in business or government or readied themselves to deal with the consequences.believe that there will always be a work-life balance struggle that women will face more intensely than men traditionally have (although that may be changing with younger generations on the ground today).“Men have always sacrificed not staying home with the kids, and women haven’t thus far been willing to make that sacrifice to the same degree. “ Women now need to decide definitively how far they wish to go, and commit to actions that support those decisions.
culture will be challenged in integrating and promoting women leaders.
asserts that one of the key forces behind how an economy will perform is its openness to new ideas.And one of the best gauges of that openness is how a country treats its women.The best clue to a nation’s growth and development potential is the status and role of women, and the economic implications of gender discrimination are serious.