Across all sectors, women have made key contributions in the workforce, but despite some progress over the last decade, many challenges remain as a result of systemic inequalities, biases, policy issues, and gender stereotypes. Conversely, early research shows that the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic could exacerbate the limited progress that has been made on gender equality and women’s rights.
At Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE), we believe progress is achievable, but will require a willingness to embrace the power of inclusion. We also believe the future of work is better equipped with women at every table where decisions are being made.
We can all choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality. We can all choose to seek out and celebrate women's achievements. Collectively, we can all break the bias.
As the global arm of the Institute, Georgia Tech Professional Education has long recognized the power of diverse perspectives to drive creativity. Especially during times of transition, you want to make sure you are taking full advantage of all of the brain-power at the table. Here are effectvive strategies to influence your organization and be better prepared for the future of work.
For leaders, 2021 was the year of building new habits and social connections, while allowing space for a more cohesive and inclusive work culture better equipped for an equitable society and the future of work. Here are three ways you can continue to embrace accelerating change and lead your remote team with inclusivity.